Conservatives of all stripes increasingly can’t be trusted on what is potentially the biggest geo-political issue of our time, writes James Bloodworth.
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There is an uncertain line in the sand on he radical right between legitimate nationalism and unacceptable racism.
There is a 1 in 3 chance that someone elected as a UKIP MEP will no longer be a party member by the time of the next election.
Farage may be a little Englander, but he’s had the courage to say something out of the political ordinary
Here at Left Foot Forward we’ve been critical of Nick Clegg in the past, but during tonight’s debate our sympathies will be firmly with the Lib Dem leader.
Economics are important, but it won’t do to reach exclusively for economic solutions to the radical right threat.
Donna Edmunds, a UKIP councillor and candidate in the European elections, has said that businesses should be able to refuse services to women and gay people. She isn’t the first UKIP candidate to court controversy.
The Riveria International Centre, where the UKIP conference is currently being held, was partly funded by a European Grant of £3m.