Nigel Farage


post 21 April 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron, Clegg and Farage: watch Gary Gibbon's profiles

With the general election just over two weeks away and the result highly unpredictable, Gary Gibbon talks to three of the party leaders.

post 20 April 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Nigel Farage profile: his political career began in a bar

As the Ukip leader tells it, he saw the light in a bar in 1990, on the day the UK entered the exchange rate mechanism. Since then, his mission has mushroomed into something much bigger.

post 15 April 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: do Ukip have the most credible manifesto?

Ukip say their manifesto is fully costed and the numbers have been checked by independent economists. Sounds good. Is it true?

article 09 April 2015 UK
Election 2015: what drives the ethnic minority vote?

Ethnic minority voters have traditionally favoured Labour with their support. But in an age of social media, competition for their votes is increasing, writes Toby Bakare.

article 08 April 2015 UK
When Nigel Farage met TOWIE's Joey Essex

Is Grimsby to blame for EU fish quotas? And many other things you never expected to hear from Joey Essex, star of "The Only Way is Essex", as he locks horns with the Ukip leader.

article 02 April 2015 UK
Leaders Debate: what to look out for tonight

As we head into a seven-way showdown with party leaders, Channel 4 News takes a look at which candidate has the most to lose.

post 02 April 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: is the BBC picking on Ukip?

Nigel Farage has accused the BBC of bias for questioning him about problems with Ukip election candidates. Does the complaint stand up?

article 01 April 2015 Politics
Ed Miliband with David Cameron and Nick Clegg (Reuters)
Election 2015: who do the pundits think will win?

With just under five weeks to go to the general election, who do the forecasters think will be left holding the keys to Downing Street?

article 01 April 2015 UK
Ukip: Pupils 'brainwashed' by EU colouring-in books

Ukip says a proposed British referendum on membership of the European Union should not be extended to 16 and 17-year-olds because of heavily funded pro-EU "propaganda".