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Doncaster When I turned up to report on my first UK Independence Party annual conference I was handed a biro, a piece of card and told to write out my own ID badge. I even had to recycle a clear plastic wallet and safety pin still in my pocket from
Nigel Farage can spend some time in bed and let Cameron do a summer campaign for him.' Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters Two months ago, when British politics was all about European parliamentary elections, Nigel Farage was everywhere. The Ukip
Will people go to the polls to choose a new police and crime commissioner in August? If you want to demonstrate just how low turnouts in public elections are capable of plummeting, you could do no better than to plan a poll to choose a police and
Oli Scarff/PA David Cameron has been criticised for posing for photographs in the home of people suspected of immigration offences as part of a PR stunt aimed at showcasing the coalition's toughness on illegal entrants to the country. The prime
The Ukip parliamentary candidate and his branch chairman resigned saying the party is trying to shake off 'fruitcake image'. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty A Ukip parliamentary candidate and his branch chairman have resigned after claiming the
Nigel Farage warned Cameron's plans to cut benefits for EU migrants would hit UK citizens. Nigel Farage has slammed David Cameron's plans to slash the benefits of EU migrants because, to comply with European law, they must also hit UK citizens.
11:15 EST, 29 July 2014 View comments The UK Independence Party received as much money in membership fees as the Conservatives did last year, new figures show. Nigel Farage's party which has nearly 32,500 members raked in £714,492 from its members'
The world's most comprehensive report yet on the science of climate change has been strongly endorsed by an influential group of MPs. The Energy and Climate Change Committee found that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's processes were
Getty Images It can't be easy trying to fund a political movement in the current climate, when politicians are about as popular as a wasp in a submarine. You'd have more luck organising a whip-round for President Assad. That's why politicians are
Ending forced marriage and FGM within a generation cannot be done without addressing the harder issues, such as the impact of austerity measures, immigration controls and religious fundamentalisms...FGM). I attended as a representative of Southall