Public support for Ukip as the best party to handle Britain’s exit from the EU has doubled since Theresa May unveiled her Chequers plan for a soft Brexit. Polling by YouGov found that in the first week of July, 7% of people thought that Ukip was the best party to handle Brexit. After the Government published its Brexit White Paper on 12 July, laying out its plans for a future relationship with the EU, support for Ukip as the best Brexit party leapt to 13% the following week.
The former Ukip leaderwas reportedly eyeing Peterborough as a potential avenue in becoming an MP.
Raheem Kassam urged Nigel Farage to return as Ukip leader and denied that he, Tommy Robinson or Steve Bannon are 'far-right'.
Stephen Searle must serve a minimum of 14 years for strangling Anne Searle at their home in Stowmarket, Suffolk.
UKIP MEPs plan to hold a party on the day Britain leaves the European Union at taxpayers' expense
Henry Bolton was the surprise winner of last month’s leadership vote and he was recently asked if there was an initiation ceremony for the role.
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.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg to have bodyguard protection at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester this week.
Leaflet at UKIP's annual party conference in Torquay compares gay people's 'alternative lifestyle' to that of Hitler and the Yorkshire Ripper.
Little-known candidate Henry Bolton has been elected as the new leader of Ukip in a shock result. The outsider, the preferred candidate of Nigel Farage, beat the two frontrunners in the contest – anti-Islam campaigner Anne Marie Waters and London Assembly member Peter Whittle – to win with 3,874 votes. Former army officer Mr Bolton stood for UKIP as police and crime commissioner in Kent in 2016, coming second, and also stood as a candidate for the Liberal Democrats in the 2005 General Election.
The former Ukip leader is backing controversial politician Roy Moore in his bid for the US Senate.
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.