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Britons will back UKIP again in 2015 national election

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Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage gestures as he speaks during a campaign event at Kelham Hall in Newark upon Trent, central England on May 31, 2014. Most of the over four million British voters who backed UKIP in last week’s EU parliamentary elections are determined to cast their votes for the Eurosceptic party once again in the upcoming... 

Rise of UKIP spells defeat for Tories and Labour

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British Prime Minister David Cameron “I try not to go to bed too late,” David Cameron once remarked. How late did the prime minister decide to stay awake till on Sunday night, as Ukip triumphed in the Euro elections? Was he up for the humiliating defeat of his fellow Tory Martin Callanan, chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR)... 

UKIP ranks more than 30% in Britain – New Poll

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The results of the local elections have been fascinating. It was reasonable to expect that Ukip would do well in the European Parliament ballot (which is yet to be counted), but the fact that so many people chose to vote for the party at council level, too, suggests that the revolt is about more than just our relationship with Brussels. It represents a cry... 

UK top politicians clash over EU, Ukraine

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The UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg clash over the EU and Ukraine during a televised debate. The two politicians clashed over whether the UK should remain in the European Union (EU) or leave the bloc during a televised debate on BBC on Wednesday. Clegg called his anti-EU opponent an isolationist, warning... 

UKIP leader calls for UK gun laws to be relaxed

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Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage The leader of Britain’s Eurosceptic right-wing political party, the UK Independence Party (UKIP), says the UK government should lift a ban on handguns that has been in place for almost two decades, calling the current ban on handguns “ludicrous.” “I think proper gun licensing is something we’ve... 

UKIP Britain’s most popular party

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Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP). Britons view the UK Independence Party (UKIP) as more favourably than the country’s three main political parties, a new survey shows. According to the ComRes opinion poll for the Independent on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror, 27 percent of Britons said they felt most “favourable” towards UKIP, compared... 

Cameron says UK may quit ECHR ‘to keep country safe’

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Britain could quit the European Convention on Human Rights so it can legally “chuck out” people threatening the country and its way of life, UK PM David Cameron said. Critics doubted Cameron’s honesty, saying such move would mean quitting the EU. In the first public statement of its kind, the British prime minister told BBC1 that he was ready to cut ties... 

British Parliament votes against military intervention in Syria

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British Prime Minister David Cameron trying to sell his war ploy at the House of Commons. The MP’s vote against military intervention in Syria marked a wonderful day for democracy in Britain, because at long last, the Parliament listened to public opinion and voted accordingly, casting a huge blow to the powerful British neo-con clique. In the great anti-war... 

UK watchdog to investigate ‘go home’ anti-illegal immigration campaign

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The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority confirmed on Thursday that it would investigate the Home Office’s ‘Go Home’ van campaign targeted at illegal immigrants amid repeated complaints to the multicultural watchdog that it echoed “racist slogans”. The regulator stated that some 60 complaints had been made about the “Go Home or Face Arrest”... 

UK government plans for EU referendum criticized as wrong

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Ed Miliband criticizes plans for EU referendum as “wrong” and damaging to economy. British Labour leader Ed Miliband says Tory plans to hold an in/out referendum on European Union (EU) membership are “wrong” and damaging to the UK’s national interest. Speaking to the Labour group Progress on Saturday, Miliband reiterated his opposition to the idea... 

UKIP makes huge gains in local elections

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The UK Independence Party (UKIP) declares itself the official opposition after making big gains in local elections. UKIP is averaging 25% of the vote in the wards where it is standing with more than 140 seats so far, the state-run BBC reported. Labour stands in the lead and the Conservatives in second place with 29% and 25% respectively. UKIP is also in third... 

British cabinet minister brands UKIP supporters as racists

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British Tory cabinet minister Ken Clarke British Conservative cabinet minister Ken Clarke has described some people intending to vote the UK Independence Party (UKIP) in the upcoming local elections as racists. Speaking to Sky News Murnaghan programme on Sunday, the minister without portfolio accused the party of having no positive policies and being merely... 

Nigel Farage To Europeans: “Get Your Money Out While You Can”

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In Nigel Farage’s first TV appearance since the Cypriot wealth tax was announced, the Englishman pulls no punches. In all his years and all his experience of the desperation of the European Union’s leadership “never did [he] think they would resort to stealing money from people’s savings accounts.” The simple fact is that they know they cannot let... 

Nigel Farage: ‘United States of Europe’ Insane Politics

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Slovakia’s opposition leader says the deal to approve expanding the EU bailout fund has been reached and it will be voted in later this week. Earlier, the country’s parliament voted against it, which caused the collapse of country’s ruling coalition. Slovakia was the only member to say ‘no’ to increasing the facility, which already got the green light... 

£2.5 billion benefits bill for EU migrants

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The UK could face an extra £2.5bn benefits bill for EU migrants. Eurocrats have ordered Britain to pay up to £2.5 billion more a year in handouts to people from across the EU, sparking fears of an explosion in “benefit tourism”. The European Commission has accused the UK of break­ing EU laws giving foreigners access to our multi-billion-pound welfare... 
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