Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage is the UKIP Leader.

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There's no point to politics if it's all staged and scripted

I’ll happily walk down a street without having pre-canvassed it

Ukip leader Nigel Farage and deputy chairman, Suzanne Evans, pose with the party manifesto during its launch in Thurrock

I’ve had enough of people insinuating that Ukip is racist – it's simply not true

It brings to my mind the observation that goes: 'The fascists of the future will call themselves anti-fascists'

Former prime minister Tony Blair speaks during a visit to the Hitachi factory in his former constituency in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, 7 April 2015

I don’t agree with Tony Blair on Europe. But I’ll thank him for delivering Ukip more voters

You have to be 57 years of age to have last voted on the EU, and who knows how much longer it will be if it were up to Tony

Nigel Farage is pictured leaving the pub after the invasion by protesters

How does terrifying my family count as ‘good-natured protest’?

Apparently, standing up for the interests of the British public are policy positions for which you should be subjected to abuse

Janice Atkinson speaking to Ukip supporters in February

Nigel Farage on Janice Atkinson: Why we had to act after these allegations

I want Ukip to be the party that restores decency into our political sphere

The deficit – which this Government 'came together in the national interest' to solve – is still running at £90bn

After five lost years, the Coalition is finally falling apart

The deficit – which this Government 'came together in the national interest' to solve – is still running at £90bn

Nigel Farage (centre) speaks on stage during a Ukip rally held at the Emmanuel Centre, London

It’s not me who’s ignorant – it’s everyone who took against what I said about racial discrimination

If I’m not allowed to say that British workers shouldn't lose out to migrants, then we may as well tell young people to find jobs abroad

The rise in net migration was among the items of bad news for the Government

Ukip’s plans to control immigration are workable, effective and fair

Yet when we talk about it – especially the Australian-style points system we’ve proposed – the national media goes into a frenzy

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We're advocating a popular capitalism that works for all, not a crony corporatism for just the few

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When will the West own up to the role it's played in the implosion of Libya?

No one even considers whether we bear some responsibility for this appalling situation

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