Nigel Farage

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

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David Cameron delivers his New Year message

Some of Ukip's members aren't perfect - but at least we don't think like the others

The major three parties have not only made people poorer, but taken social mobility to its lowest level for decades

In 1215 the Magna Carta forced the English King (at the time King John) to respect the laws of the land and guaranteed rights and protections to his subjects

Magna Carta will be 800 years old next year – the perfect reminder of the rights and freedoms we must hold dear

Accountability was a central theme of the great tract of 1215 – and it still is today

The report will embarrass the Home Secretary, Theresa May

Surprise, surprise: tens of thousands of illegal immigrants have 'dropped off' the Home Office’s radar

This is exactly what Ukip has been warning about for a very long time

Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?

People were hoping we'd clash, but he just didn't talk enough sense

Who does George Osborne think he’s trying to kid?

The Autumn Statement succeeded only in flagging up just how many pledges the Tories have broken

File: David Cameron offers a toast during a State Dinner in his honour March 14, 2012

I saw the immigration lies a mile off - and now nobody can deny it

And nobody from Ukip said babies born to migrants should be classed as migrants

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

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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

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