Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage is UKIP Leader and MEP for the South East of England

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Ukip leader Nigel Farage arrives at the Rochester by-election count

The key to Ukip's victory in Rochester? We listened to people

Is it any wonder that Emily Thornberry, Ed Miliband, and David Cameron have no idea about ordinary everyday life?

Making way: Ed Miliband has all but conceded Newark, allowing Nigel Farage’s Ukip party a free run at the Tories

Let's get some things straight about Ukip and the NHS - because I'm tired of Miliband's mudslinging

My guarantees begin with a service that stays free at the point of use

Russell Brand joins the protesters in Parliament Square during the Million Mask March on November 5, 2014 in London, England

Nigel Farage: Kudos to Russell Brand and the Guy Fawkes night protesters

I can understand why people are taking to the streets in the Million Man March

Several police officers walk near downtown Ottawa

Nigel Farage on the Ottawa shooting: It could just as easily happen on the streets of London

As a nation, our priority must shift to homegrown Islamists

Nigel Farage has backed DJ Mike Read's new Ukip song

Attacks on 'Ukip Calypso' show how skewed people’s priorities are

Where is the Left’s outrage over the sexual abuse of girls?

Douglas Carswell stands with Nigel Farage on October 9, 2014 in Clacton-on-Sea, England.

Clacton by-election: What an incredible journey Ukip has been on – and now we stand on the brink of making history

It's been twenty years since I scraped a handful of votes in the party's first ever by-election

Mark Reckless, a Tory MP, has announced he is defecting to Ukip

Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless are heroes – and I’m lining up more of them

Why I handled the announcement of these defections to Ukip the way I did

Nigel Farage has filmed an advert with Paddy Power to back ‘Team Europe’ in the Ryder Cup

Why I made an advert for Paddy Power

I hope it makes people laugh, and then think

The Labour leader neglected to mention the deficit at any point during an exhausting round of 40 TV and radio interviews

We’ve got Labour in our sights, and we’ll take the fight to their northern heartland

It’s time this ‘one-party state’ was broken up

A view over Rotherham

After Isis and the Rotherham abuse scandal, I’m not surprised some people are turning to violence

If there’s a feeling that we’re not all equal in the eyes of the law, resentment will be created

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