Category Archives: UKIP

Failed in Wales

I have just watched the debate on the EU referendum between the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, and Nigel Farage. This is the first time I have really heard Carwyn Jones. I don’t know if he has a nickname, … Continue reading

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The REAL Latest Opinion Poll – Land of Confusion

This is the latest Election opinion poll (Guardian/ICM). With Labour and the Tories neck and neck, commanding 70% of the intentions and the Lib Dems on 9%, four out of five people must be satisfied with the governments of the … Continue reading

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Could the Labour and Tory Identity Crises Let in UKIP?

Today, Frank Davis points to the YouGov poll which shows UKIP more popular than Labour: CON: 38% UKIP: 28% LAB: 25% LIB-DEM: Missing, presumed dead. Frank says, I think all the mainstream political parties are facing identity crises. There’s very … Continue reading

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Explaining UKIP’s Popularity

Again, Frank Davis has inspired me to put fingers to keyboard, this time with his post about UKIP being a “state of mind“. When David Cameron begs Labour, LibDem and Green supporters in Rochester and Strood to vote Tory to … Continue reading

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