Nigel Farage

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

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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.

Nigel Farage: I seldom agree with Prince Charles. And I’m not about to start

Comparing Putin to Hitler diminishes the horrific suffering of millions of people across mainland Europe

So why isn’t it racist when other parties talk about controlling immigration?

The reason Labour is losing support to Ukip is because the working class have been hardest hit by Labour’s disastrous policies

Nigel Farage: My response to Barbara Roche

So why isn’t it racist when other parties talk about controlling immigration?

Nigel Farage: Calling Ukip’s posters ‘racist’ is yet another example of shameful Westminster evasion

It’s a classic tactic by those who want to shut down this debate

Nigel Farage: I’m taking on the status quo, and the Establishment’s fighting back

As a party we have been expecting this; Ukip is doing well in the polls

Ukip is not ‘anti-immigration’, we are anti-uncontrolled immigration

We don't want to pull up the drawbridge. We want to control who comes over it.

Rebel fighters in the eastern Syrian town of Deir Ezzor

Nigel Farage: In any armed conflict, why do our politicians rush to support the ‘rebels’?

They like to make it simple: anyone who is in the West or looks like an underdog equals goodie

Nigel Farage: If Nick Clegg is a passionate supporter of the EU then why isn’t he standing up proudly?

Nigel Farage: Why did Nick Clegg keep ducking the vital questions in our debate last night?

I'll tell you. It's because - economically and socially - he doesn't have the answers

Nigel Farage: My live debate with Nick Clegg is upon us. Does he realise what is about to hit him?

I’ve been waiting years for this opportunity, and I won’t be wasting it

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