Looking back, the 2014 European Parliament elections were ‘peak Ukip’: the general election was a setback and the referendum looks like the end of the road for Nigel Farage and his party
Around two thirds of Ukip voters believe the referendum is likely to be rigged
This is not a new kind of politics. It is politics with the politics stripped out. It’s the politics of losing
I believe we're big enough and good enough to govern our own country. If we Remain, we’ll get swept up into a United States of Europe
'I do not approve of that sort of campaigning, I do not believe in outright blatant scaremongering so I think it's really, really regrettable'
The former Tory described two senior female AMs as the 'political concubines' of First Minister Carwyn Jones
After David Cameron inferred Isis would support Brexit, we examine the best attempts by both the Leave and Remain camps to influence opinion
Jane Collins has been sued for libel and slander
The Ukip leader accused Labour of 'sectarianism' in some areas
'For the party leader more actively to campaign for the Remain campaign will push even more Labour voters into the arms of Ukip'
A narrow win for the In camp would not settle the Europe question or kill off Ukip, just as defeat in the Scottish independence referendum did not stop the SNP
'The smoking ban has had a disastrous effect on sections of the Scottish economy and society'
The party's defence spokesperson appeared to blame the EU
'If elected I’ll have a base in Cardiff and we will get a mobile home'
Government had been trying to reduce so-called Short money by 19 per cent
Alan Craig's adoption as a candidate for the London Assembly has caused a rumpus because of his views on homosexuality