The Labour Party's stance on Europe grows stranger by the day
Libertarians – it’s time to jump ship to a party which can take criticism and will not bend to popular opinion in a desperate bid for unachievable electoral goals
The BNP is wrong on just about every level, but so would be stopping its funding
David Cameron did the right thing in calling for a referendum. But there's a long way to go before we actually get one
Taiwanese NMA TV shows cry baby King Clegg and Cameron's tantric EU sex speech policy...
Raheem Kassam is joined by Alex Wickham and Tim Aker for this week's podcast
Voters want the leaders of the political parties to have more debates in 2015, with the inclusion of UKIP leader Nigel Farage
UKIP has removed Olly Neville as Young Independence Chairman
The long term Cameroon strategy of replacing the Conservative right with the Labour right will fail
There are no shortcuts to dealing with UKIP. An In/Out referendum must be on the cards
This year's honours list includes a Tory, a Labour, even a Lib Dem, a Eurocrat, and a Brussels wonk. Who possibly has been missed out?
Mr. Cameron has been offered a 'third way' in Europe, and it's not too appealing
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
Raheem Kassam discusses the hot topics of the week with Dr. James Boys and Alex Wickham
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
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