Orwell was wrong, the English will accept a far-right government, so long as it’s dressed up in silliness and accompanied by a farting trombone.
The Labour leader's message is a smart way to turn working class voters off Farage.
In October 1932, there was a House of Commons debate on import duties. Barnett Janner, the Liberal MP for Whitechapel and St George’s, who had been gassed in the First World War, declared that the tax on grapefruit was “the last straw on the camel’s back”.
After foolishly boasting that victory in the Newark by-election would force David Cameron to resign, the Ukip leader marched his troops back down the hill.
If Farage chooses to stand, his party could have a genuine chance of winning a Westminster seat for the first time.
History tells us growth doesn’t always filter to the poorest – here’s how it could.
A strong performance by Farage's party could signal to Scotland that England may vote to leave the EU in a future in/out referendum.
The uncomfortable truth is that for most people, the recovery hasn't even begun.
A senior party source rejects Farage's suggestion that Miliband would be forced to guarantee a vote.
Labour leader appoints negotiating team and urges the PM to stop "dragging his feet" and sign up to three debates.
Cameron won't repeat Romney's gaffes and enjoys the advantage of incumbency.
Shadow health secretary will back the bill, despite previous criticisms, as it only applies to the first phase of the project.
Better integration between health and social services, plus more funding for sight loss advisers, would not only result in better care for people with vision problems but ultimately save the NHS money, says Lesley-Anne Alexander.
Were the debate to be held before the general election campaign begins, the impartiality rules would not apply.
The DWP's own study found that forcing claimants to do community work or attend daily jobcentre meetings made almost no difference to employment levels.
After voting against a cap as recently as January, the Chancellor has taken fright.
Those with the power to make decisions on your behalf should share in the risks, not just enjoy the rewards.
The party previously suggested that workers would be offered a fixed-hours contract after 12 weeks. But that period has been extended to a year.
Cable has previously suggested that the coalition could end early, a demand now made by the Lib Dem peer.
A high-speed rail connection between Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds would be transformative for the north.
The party has reduced its debts from £25m in 2005 to £4.5m but risks to funding have increased.
In an increasingly atheistic and multi-faith society, a secular state, which protects all religions and privileges none, is a model to embrace.
Just 28 per cent of free schools have reached their capacity for first year intake.
Scottish First Minister says the ties between Scotland and England "are based instead on links of family and friendship that are facts of geography, not acts of parliament."
Social democrats must champion the interests of the newly insecure middle class if they are to govern again.
The past 20 years have seen the growth of a more deeply felt and prominent sense of English identity, going beyond a chauvinist form of nationhood.
Contrary to Yvette Cooper, the evidence suggests that the problem is less severe than commonly thought.
Cameron, Duncan Smith, Gove and Osborne are sincere in their desire for social emancipation. They must now find the words to express it.
But Ukip is betting on a late surge.
The Tories should start preparing for the possibility of a mayoral by-election next year.