Nigel Farage mocking the claimed unanimity of the Greens and Plaid Cymru on 16 April … and stood alongside them to deliver 477,000 signature petition on voting reform to Number 10 today, barely a month later. At least they are arranged from left to right again.
Nigel Farage autobiography: “It is frankly just not credible for me to continue to lead the party without a Westminster seat … was I supposed to brief UKIP policy from the Westminster Arms? No – if I fail to win South Thanet, it is curtains for me. I will have to step down.
Kippers at the UKIP manifesto launch turned on Telegraph hack Chris Hope earlier for asking the following question:
With the UKIP manifesto launched in the marginal seat of Thurrock, Nigel Farage had some warm words for his Suzanne Evans — who turned the document around in short order:
Suffice it to say the Honourable Member for Manhattan East has been getting rather exercised on the matter of whether Nigel Farage has been earning his spurs on the campaign trail:
Released to support a new Michael Winterbottom and Russell Brand documentary on the banking industry.
With latest polling predicting a triumph for Nigel Farage in the constituency of South Thanet, the only thing standing between the UKIP leader and the Commons may be comedian Al Murray. Having already announced (VIDEO) that his ‘pub landlord’ alter ego will oppose Farage under the ‘FUKP’ banner, the it has now been revealed that he will be parachuted […]
Scrapbook has fixed the latest Tory poster … Ed Miliband in Alex Salmond's pocket would mean chaos for Britain. #VoteConservative http://t.co/i9tyT04JHr pic.twitter.com/zBCIYGenwp — Conservatives (@Conservatives) March 9, 2015
With Nigel Farage launching the party’s election immigration platform earlier today, former Conservative party MEP Roger Helmer claimed it was “the best political press event I’ve ever seen”: Our UKIP immigration policy launch today in London was quite possibly the best political press event I've ever seen. — Roger Helmer (@RogerHelmerMEP) March 4, 2015 But it didn’t take long for […]
With UKIP’s immigration policy launched at an event in the last hour, something tells Scrapbook that the configuration of candidates and activists surrounding Nigel “It’s okay to call someone a Chinky” Farage was somewhat less than random. It’s a ruse they’ve used before. Here’s Pakistani heritage then UKIP candidate Amjad Bashir in October 2013: Fifteen months later, however, […]