UKIP may have peaked but the Eurosceptic party is still likely to take enough Tory votes to catapult Ed Miliband into Downing Street
UKIP is no longer the Tory party in exile, says Nigel Jones, a UKIP MEP candidate for South-East England
Oh, what a lovely war. A day away from the local elections and the Tories are in a blue funk. And all because of a personable geezer called Farage
For a sitting Conservative MP to take a profound stand by putting country before party, principle before post, would allow them to be remembered for helping turn a UKIP surge into a tidal wave
UKIP's astonishing and sustained surge should not be written off as splitting the Tory vote – it is the emergence of a new political force
UKIP is a party in its own right that will not be bought off by crumbs from the Tory table of government
A manifesto for a totally new outlook on the world for Britain as the European Union slides away as a viable home for the UK
Senior Tory MEP Charles Tannock says UKIP cost Conservatives 20-30 seats at last general election
From Tories proscribing UKIPers, Corby by-election hopes and the bizarre EU award today; Alexandra Swann brings us her excellent Brussels diary
If someone as smart as Dan Hannan is making noises about a possible pact then the Tories must be a little scared. Now that Clegg has killed boundary changes, the next General Election might be rather fun
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