Pollsters ICM said support for UKIP had dipped to its lowest since it started including the party in its regular questions on voting intention.
Protesters angry with the Brexit transition deal have dumped dead fish into the Thames.
Under-fire Ukip leader Henry Bolton has hinted that he get back with former girlfriend Jo Marney – as long as it doesn’t damage the party. Mr Bolton appeared on Good Morning Britain the day after he refused to quit despite a spate of Ukip frontbenchers resigning out of protest at his leadership. When questioned over whether he would ever “revive his romance” with Ms Marney, who made racist comments about Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle and black people, Mr Bolton appeared unrepentant.
Mr Bolton gave a statement in Folkestone on Monday afternoon where he declared: 'I shall not be resigning as party leader.'
After losing the UKIP leadership election, anti-Islam campaigner Anne Marie Waters is set to start her own party, supported by former EDL leader, Tommy Robinson.
The former Ukip leader is backing controversial politician Roy Moore in his bid for the US Senate.
Nigel Farage has been roundly mocked online after he posted a video on Twitter that showed him delivering a letter of complaint to BBC Director General Tony Hall.
Nigel Farage has claimed that European leaders are responsible for the terror attack in Barcelona, which left at least 14 people dead. The Brexit champion told Fox News in the US that blame for the attack must be directed at leaders such as Germany’s Angela Merkel. “There is no understanding of why this is going on and not once, not once, do we ever hear a single leader in Europe offer any policy solution whatsoever,” said Farage.
Nigel Farage could be about to hit Hollywood as a major TV series about Brexit is reportedly in the works. The £60m, six-part series is based on the book ‘The Bad Boys of Brexit’ by Ukip donor and Brexit campaigner Arron Banks. Mr Farage was a key player in the EU Referendum campaign and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is said to be one of the front-runners to play him.
James O’Brien, who presents Newsnight on BBC2, said on his LBC show that ‘alt-right’ politicians – including the Donald Trump administration – were “exploiting” the 11-month-old and his family. Trump and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage have both spoken out on how little Charlie should be allowed to be flown to the United Stated for experimental treatment, going against the advice of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) doctors. O’Brien said that recent comments made by US Vice President Mike Pence made him realise why right-wing politicians have spoken out so much about Charlie.
After the shock result in June’s EU Referendum, the UK is firmly heading down the path marked Brexit. Many argue that former Prime Minister Tony Blair paved the way for Brexit. More specifically, they cite a mistake made by the once popular Labour leader that led to a butterfly effect that will now see the United Kingdom no longer being a member of the EU.