Nigel Farage


post 28 April 2016
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: what next week's elections really mean

Labour wipeout? Sadiq Khan for Mayor? Ukip surge in Wales? Here's what the 5 May elections really mean...

article 13 April 2016 UK
Vote Leave designated as EU referendum out campaign

The Electoral Commission designates Vote Leave as the leading Brexit campaign group in the run-up to June's referendum on EU membership, but it may face a legal challenge.

post 21 January 2016
Read more on Michael's blog Electoral Commission asks Tories to explain 14,000 Ramsgate hotel bills

The Electoral Commission has asked the Conservative Party to explain four bills for stays at a Ramsgate hotel during the general election.

post 20 January 2016
Read more on Michael's blog Will the Electoral Commission act over Tory Thanet expenses?

Did the Tories spent twice as much in defeating Nigel Farage in Thanet South last year as they were legally allowed under the rules?

article 18 December 2015 UK
David Cameron (Reuters)
Cameron hails 'pathway' to agreement on EU renegotiation

David Cameron says he is hopeful a deal with fellow European leaders can be achieved by February, as Angela Merkel signals that a compromise is possible.

article 17 December 2015
David Cameron (Reuters)
Cameron EU reform plans run into trouble

David Cameron is facing growing opposition to his European Union reform plans from leaders across the continent.

article 25 September 2015 UK
Nigel Farage (Reuters)
Nigel Farage: 'Put country before party'

Nigel Farage says achieving a British exit from the EU in the forthcoming in/out referendum is more important than Ukip.

post 27 August 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: Farage confused on immigration

Record levels of net migration are "deeply disappointing", the government says. Nigel Farage thinks the real figures could be even higher. Is he right?

article 14 May 2015 Politics
Nigel Farage (Getty)
Ukip civil war: who is attacking who?

Despite winning nearly four million votes in the general election, Ukip seems intent on tearing itself apart. Here's our guide to who's said what about who.