Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage is leader of Ukip and MEP for the South East of England

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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

CPAC 2015: What I learnt from the US — and what the US could learn from Ukip

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

Flames and smoke billows from an oil depot where a huge blaze started following clashes around Tripoli airport last year

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

Alexis Tsipras addresses the Greek parliament ahead of EU meetings this week

If the EU wants to deny Greece its democratic integrity it’s asking for even more trouble

I hope Syriza and Alexis Tsipras stick to their guns

The report said that Rotherham Council was in denial about the extent of child sexual exploitation in the town (PA)

Rotherham's doctrine of multiculturalism was fundamentally flawed — it’s time for ‘inter-culturalism’

This is the very same council that decided that Ukip supporters could not foster children

Any chance the other parties will run their election campaigns without any deceit or nastiness?

Politics is now in the gutter – but there is an alternative

Nicola Sturgeon said Scotland should be given more control

Sturgeon’s U-turn on voting on English matters spells disaster for Ed Miliband

Labour is paying the price for falling out of love with England

Miliband wants ‘discipline’, not ‘advice’ from his colleagues

From sugar to cigarette packaging, when will Labour let people decide for themselves?

Be warned: if Ed Miliband gains power, the nanny state will take over

The Pub Landlord will be running against me? Now that's what I call some serious opposition!

I welcome parody and satire in our politics

A bullet impact is seen in a window of a building next to the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo's office, in Paris

Charlie Hebdo: While the West fought foreign wars, we ignored the threat from within our own societies

We must support those leading the charge against radical Islam

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