Nigel Farage

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

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Boris Johnson in London following his confirmation that 'in all probability' he will seek to stand at the general election

Boris is too scared to take on Ukip

There’s no way he will choose to stand in a seat where we are strong

David Cameron (pictured) can't steal back my party's vote that easily, says Nigel Farage

Cameron’s benefits pledge is designed to lure back Ukip voters. He’ll have to try harder

Despite grand speeches, he has no plans to protect the interests of British workers

Ben Stokes of England (L) looks on dejected after a missed chance during day two of the 1st Investec Test between England and India at Trent Bridge

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We need to cut the number of matches if we want our players to be at their best

I might not be popular in rural communities, but I’ve got their best interests at heart

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Forty per cent of global trades in euros are cleared through London

The success enjoyed by the City of London owes nothing to the EU

The attitude to financial markets among MEPs is one of distrust bordering on hatred

Here’s why I turned my back on the nonsense that was the opening of the European Parliament

I’m not prepared to support rampant EU nationalism, and Beethoven wouldn’t have either

Sure let’s give the North a boost – but not by creating more layers of government

This government seems to think you can legislate the way to economic success

It would be frightful nonsense for the EU to class obese people as disabled

The majority of fat people can “cure” themselves by saying no to that second helping of pie

Nigel Farage: I help a disabled blonde woman back to the hotel – and the tabloids rejoice

Talking to me outside of Twitter made her an acceptable target for intrusion

Nigel Farage on a video link at the European Parliament in Brussels

A brief celebration, and then back to Brussels - but what's really changed?

I was greeted with a studious silence. We conducted the meeting as if absolutely nothing had changed after these elections at all.

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