April 30th, 2013

Back UKIP at Evens to Take 50 Seats

Guido Fawkes Paddy Power

The political establishment is gunning for UKIP, Ken Clarke calls them “clowns”, the newspapers are running front page anti-UKIP stories focusing on some of the oddballs who have attached themselves to the fast growing party. Will the all-party, all-papers attack on the anti-politics party halt UKIP’s progress against the media headwind? This morning on the BBC’s Today programme, John Humphreys claimed UKIP’s support came from taxi-drivers – we’ll find out on Friday if their support is a little more broadly based than the BBC makes out.

Over at the Paddy Power Blog, Guido makes the case for betting on UKIP taking more than 50 seats…


146 Comments

  1. 1
    Mitch says:

    OK – 50 clowns will be elected. They’re still clowns.

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    • 3
      The Circus says:

      Far more than 50 clowns will be elected. There are thousands of seats which will be also filled by the clowns from Labour, the Lib dems, the greens and the Tories

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      • 4
        V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

        All the political class are clowns and most of them should be rounded up and shot.

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          RoadHog says:

          Well, people have a choice, they can keep on voting for the LibLabCon, or they can try something different.

          May as well try something different and vote UKIP, they can’t be any worse.

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          • Richard says:

            Vote UKIP and let Ed Miliband in by the back door

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          • RoadHog says:

            Vote Tory and let Cameron in the front door.

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          • Will.socialists.ever.stop.being.hypocrites says:

            Vote Tory to keep the 12.5% green energy tax.
            Vote Tory to allow unlimited immigration from places like Bulgaria and Rumania.
            Vote Tory to allow the judges to continue bastardising human rights law.
            Vote Tory to allow more laws to be made by Europeans who put their own national interest first.
            Vote Tory to keep paying £55million a day to Brussels.
            Vote Tory to keep being told who we can trade with and how much and at what price.

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          • Anonymous says:

            To road hog. That is a really stupid statement ! of course they can be worse, Nigel admits none of the candidates have been vetted properly and most of them havent got a clue about politics.

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          • Will.socialists.ever.stop.being.hypocrites says:

            You mean they don’t have a clue as to how much they can fiddle their expenses? But many do have a clue about business which most mainstream politicians do not. Most are also in touch with the feelings and wishes of the people they represent which many politicians in Westminster are not.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Well they can be worse, a lot of these people seem to have extreme views but that isnt what is needed in local councils, i mean can they keep the toilets cleaned for example.

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          • Anonymous says:

            A lot of people seem to be under the impression that this is a general election ! why are they saying that Ed or Cameron will get in ? dont they know they are council elections AKA the lowest rung on the political career ladder !

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          Morgan's Organ says:

          LETS HAVE A BIT OF SLAPSTICK ON THURSDAY

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          • Anonymous says:

            And the Tories call UKIP nutters, look at this lot on the Telegraph forum

            Tory Party General election candidate, Michael Powell – Convicted and jailed for 3 years for downloading hardcore child porn.
            Tory Party Councillor (Wickbar/Bristol) Roger Talboys – Convicted and jailed for 6 years for multiple sex attacks on children.
            Tory Party Vice-Chairman of Welsh Conservatives, Andrew Baker – Received a banning order for stalking women.
            Tory Party MP (Billericay) Harvey Proctor – Stood trial for sex offences of a sado-masochistic nature against teenage boys, and was forced to resign.
            Tory Party Councillor (Stratford-upon-Avon ) Christopher Pilkington – Convicted of downloading hardcore child porn on his PC. Placed on sex offenders register and forced to resign.
            Tory Party councillor (Coventry ), Peter Stidworthy – Charged with indecent assault of a 15-year old boy.
            Tory Party Mayor ( NorthTyneside ), Chris Morgan – Forced to resign after being arrested twice in 2 weeks, for indecent assault on a 15-year old girl, and for suspicion of downloading child porn..Tory Party councillor and former Mayor (Wrexham), Michael Morris – Convicted and put on probation for 2 years, for the indecent assault of another man, which was captured on CCTV.Tory Party Liaison Manager on the London Assembly, Douglas Campbell, who’s job includes running the Tory GLA website – Arrested for allegedly downloading child porn. He is currently suspended while the Police investigation continues.Tory councillor (Wirral) Ian McKellar led a secret life looking at indecent images of children.While his wife and two daughters slept upstairs, Ian McKellar spent hoursporing over child porn downloaded from the internet onto his computer. Ex-Tory councillor was sentenced after admitting child porn charges.

            Updated it for you. Charged AND convicted. 15 months jail for sexually assaulting the young boy.Tory Party councillor ( Coventry ), Peter Stidworthy – Charged with indecent assault of a 15-year old boy. Jailed for 15 months after pleading guilty.
            Tory Party MEP, Tom Spencer – Caught smuggling drugs and porn through customs.hundred child porn images, and a number of videos. Again plead guilty.

            http://www.coventrytelegraph.n

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        • 18
          Anonymous says:

          Yes, but before being shot they should be punished. A lot.

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      • 5
        Mitch says:

        Agreed on all points. Incidentally, I’ll be voting Clown this time. Something has to change..

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        • 21
          La La Land calling LibLabCon says:

          Vote clown, at least we will get a laugh with the money the LibLabCons stole from us in “taxes”, time for a change ANY change.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Which politician said you should always listen to taxi drivers, they are the nearest you will get to the voice of people.

            And in Italy the “clowns” now hold the balance of power in parliament.

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          • Jane Merrick says:

            I doubt there are 11 571 taxi drivers in Eastleigh which explains why Jeremy Paxman hosts University Challenge

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    • 17
      Grrr says:

      Taxi Drivers = Working class scum
      Taxi Drivers = Those who did not (as most on the Today team did) go to Public School
      Taxi Drivers = Daily Mail reading scum

      The way the BBC sees democracy

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      • 40
        V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

        The BBC are benefit sponging scum. How else can you describe the TV tax, it is a benefit!

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      Abbott goes back to the past says:

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  2. 2

    Well if that is what the people want then it is as it should be.

    Democracy.

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  3. 6
    auntie royal says:

    just to reinforce the ‘need’ for royal families skynews is broadcasting the whole fucking nonsense of the dutch roayl family succession from queen to king – this is 2013 – kings and queens should be things of a long gone past FFS

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    • 12
      Anonymous says:

      Auntie Royal, this is a democracy not a dictatorship well not yet anyway so you are entitled to your view, I’m entitled to mine and I like the Royals and long may they reign, now piss off!

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      • 30
        Tom Catesby says:

        Let’s privatise it, then those that want it can pay for it, then everybody’s happy. Maybe the way forward in these difficult times, sponsorship by Starbucks or Vodaphone possibly?

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      • 66
        Anonymous says:

        I agree ! i would rather have the Queen and Royal family to President Blair !

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    • 16
      President Blair says:

      I agree. And so does my wife.

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    • 31
      Maq­boul says:

      Yes, we should have elected a career politician as head of state. Before election such a person would never promise favours in return for votes nor, when in power, give favour to those who would reward his retirement.

      This is why a queen, born to the role, is such an outdated concept: she has nothing to be partisan about, no incentive to abuse nor any further need for self-aggrandisement.

      We blew it when we missed the opportunity to elect the straight kinda President Blairs. Imagine his impact on tourism for the country and the PR we’d gain overseas. Yes, we blew it alright.

      Perhaps Euan might consider the job one day?

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      Will.socialists.ever.stop.being.hypocrites says:

      The amount spent on royal changeovers in the Netherlands or here is a drop in the ocean compared to all the nonsense spent by taxpayers on inaugurating, say, the US president. And this happens with presidents every four or five years unlike royal successions.

      Moneywise it is a no-brainer.

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      • 58
        Londoner says:

        Quite!

        … and just look at what has been elected as the American President for the past 20 years! Nah, give me QE2 any time, but one does wish she would put her foot down a bit harder with some of the nonsense she seems to be forced to sign (like herself becoming a citizen of the EU and thus no longer a real independent sovereign monarch).

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  4. 9
    Anonymous says:

    The plebs will rebel, there will be more than 50 seats.

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  5. 10
    Twozin Portside says:

    I suspect that the LibLabCon artists are watching UKIP from behind the sofa and through slits in their fingers. What surprises even me is that they are so stupid that they are unaware that gratuitous insults toward UKIP will make many more likely to vote for UKIP.

    I wouldn’t want to be John Humphreys when he is caught next in a downpour and needs a cab.

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  6. 13
    People respect someone who has convictions even if they disagree with them says:

    Sometimes there is a seismic shift in the the politics of the nation…it happened in 1979 again in 1997 and perhaps this is another such moment who knows ? But one thing is certain the rise of UKIP (and the election of Labour in 2015 byy default despite nobody wanting them back)is the fault of Cameron no-one else. He could neutralise the UKIP threat easily, have policies that the electorate actually want and recover his supporters but he tells us that he can’t ….why ? Cos’ the LibDems won’t let him ! Pathetic. Thank God Mrs T didn’t feel like that in the mid 70’s and actually HAD convictions rather than listening to focus groups or the “wets” in her party

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    • 28
      Charles I says:

      Such shifts are far rarer than people think. People like to feel they have lived through important events, but it is surprising how few political titans turn out to have made very much of difference. I can’t see Cameron’s achievements being on peoples’ lips in twenty years time, let alone in the next century.

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    • 76
      Anonymous says:

      Of course it isnt a “seismic” moment in politics! dont be so stupid FFS.

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  7. 14
    max the impaler says:

    Clowns to the left of us, jokers to the right.

    So who gives a s…t.

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  8. 15
    Anonymous says:

    given their own leaders want to buy in policies, unclear why anyone would vote for them except for the outright europhobe.

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      dutchman says:

      And what may I ask is so wrong with thinking that Europe brings more problems and cost than it will ever answer – or is that no longer allowed ? The Kippers can do no worse than the current political pondlife – and they might even add a little fun to our lives with their honesty and red noses.

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      • 77
        Anonymous says:

        Something i cant find out is would we really be better off outside the EU ? even if we would be, i wouldnt trust nigel and his band of third raters to negotiate it, would you ? they dont even have policies on most major topics !

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        • 107
          Anonymous says:

          Right thats it you are definitely Ken Clarke.

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        • 136
          Anonymous says:

          And you never will find out unless we get out of both the EU & ECHR.
          You can’t trust the present members of HoC, & that’s a proven,so why not let
          “nigel and his band of third raters” have a try? At least we would be standing on our own two feet out of the control of Brussels.
          BTW, Suggest you read their manifesto.

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  9. 20
    MB. says:

    I was just thinking of the nightmare scenario, a coalition between UKIP and the Liberals! Clegg would go into coalition with the BNP or Respect if it got him in power.

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    • 80
      Anonymous says:

      This is the danger if people vote for fringe parties with one agenda. I remember people saying the were voting “tactically” last time and look what happened.

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      • 116
        Anonymous says:

        You must really stand to loose something from the coming UKIP revolution, I can smell the fear from here.

        p.s your constant posts are really really boring now.

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    UKIP Clown says:

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    Tom Catesby says:

    Yep! like I said before the political/metropolitan chattering classes are sh^tting themselves. The amount of anti-UKIP propaganda pouring out of the TV and radio this last week or so, is clearly indicative of the fear that UKIP’s advance in the polls and in gaining wider public support, as engendered. I live in an area where, unfortunately, we will not get a vote this time, but I hope the voting public will use the opportunity to kick at least some of the arrogance and complacency out of the main parties.

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  12. 24
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    I HAVEN’T GOT ANY ANSWERS BUT VOTE FOR ME ANYWAY !!

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  13. 25
    any old crap says:

    Clowns help people to enjoy life, LibLabCons have destroyed peoples lives, my vote will go to the clown party.

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  14. 26
    Raving Loon says:

    The easiest way to deal with UKIP would be to hold an in/out EU referrendum THIS parliament, control immigration, end a few nanny state policies like the smoking ban and generally offer some red-meat conservative tax cuts.

    But the Tories won’t so they’re doomed!

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  15. 27
    Anonymous says:

    It may be true that most UKIP policies are rubbish but UKIP are absolutely correct about the overriding issues of the day.

    The EU is a destructive nightmare we must get out of.

    Mass immigration is and has always been a disaster. It is not enough to slow down the numbers arriving. It must be stopped and many already here sent back.

    The liblabcons are corrupt, in it only for themselves and their rich mates, and we must be rid of them.

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  16. 33
    Moussa Koussa Mark 8 says:

    I see Syrian rebel are now trying to shot down passenger planes.

    So will Dave and Billy Boy V*ague continue to argue to arm these nutters

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    • 115
      Vlad the Impaler says:

      Baroness Warsi – she invited known terrorist sypathisers to the HoL recently – and Ed Balls – he gave taxpayers’ money to the terrorist outfit Hizb – ut – Tahrir – are on the case.

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      • 117
        The MoD says:

        We now have a supply of Stinger missiles and two Oerlikon anti-aircraft guns on the terrace at the Palace of Westminster so that the Baroness Warsi, Ed and their close friends can shoot down aircraft on the approach to Heathrow.

        However, we have specified that only aeroplanes with white people in them should be targets.

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  17. 34
    Moussa Koussa Mark 8 says:

    I see Syrian rebel are now trying to shot down passenger planes.

    So will Dave and B*illy Boy V*ague continue to argue to arm these nutters

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  18. 36
    Moussa Koussa Mark 8 says:

    Flip flop flip Guido..

    Monday he’s a Tory
    Tuesday he’s a UKIPer
    Wednesday a Tory
    Thursday a UKIPer

    etc etc etc

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    • 44
      Wotta Tossa Skid Mark 8 says:

      At least you’re consistent..

      Monday, you’re a Tossa
      Tuesday, you’re a Tossa,
      Wednesday, you’re a Tossa……

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  19. 37
    a tax farmer says:

    the question of ‘constituency base’ is apposite

    stats on the changing nature of London’s population (by origin) that put up the question of where the Brown Shorts (griffin’s unhappy followers) could find any worthwhile voting support

    isn’t the same true of EUKIP? – Londoners may not feel themselves on the wrong end of the EU – quite the opposite

    and the question affects all parties – isn’t the South East now very much part of Europe?

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    • 70
      Londoner says:

      Rest assured, oh country dwelling benefit scrounger, that Londoners do not feel themselves to be on the wrong end of the EU. Quite the opposite in fact.

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  20. 38
    Richard says:

    Vote UKIP = Make Ed Miliband’s day

    Can’t see why UKIP can run a council. Yes for putting the wind up Euro MEPs but I’m voting Conservative.

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  21. 43
    Bob Fleming says:

    Liblabcon are in denial. Either wilfully or through stupidity. When will they get it through their thick skulls? Anger in Britain over mass immigration (not just from the EU) and the EU power grab have been rising steadily largely without an outlet because the 3 main parties seem to want to drive England, in particular, over a cliff. UKIP is the outlet many people have been waiting for. Should be fun

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    • 138
      Anonymous says:

      We will find out on Friday how much ,or little,fun will be available for our enjoyment.
      IMO even if the result is enough to frighten the gov’t with the message it conveys to them I don’t think it will get them to change course.

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  22. 47
    Boris1947 says:

    I wonder, if the next month or two will bring a change of Tory leadership that can bring an alliance with UKIP, that would ensure a Tory/UKIP win at the next General Election. Nigel Farage would make a great presence as a leading minister of any such government, and get rid of the stupid liberals and the two useless Ed twins once and for all.

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    • 50
      Will.socialists.ever.stop.being.hypocrites says:

      All those Tories bleating about UKIP splitting the Tory vote should vote UKIP now to get rid of Cameron as soon as possible. It is in their own interest and is just common sense. But then it is just common sense to vote UKIP anyway if you really care about what happens to your country.

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    • 67
      JabbaTheCat says:

      “Nigel Farage would make a great presence as a leading minister of any such government”

      Hello, anybody home? In case you haven’t noticed, the bell end Farage isn’t even an MP…

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      • 72
        Will.socialists.ever.stop.being.hypocrites says:

        Quite a lot of Labour and Tory Ministers have been (and still are) in the cabinet but are not even MPs. People who have bought their way into the Lords for instance.

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      • 79
        Boris1947 says:

        Obviously you did not read correctly. I was suggesting that if UKIP and conservatives made a pact for next election Farage could possibly be an MP and in the Cabinate

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      • 92
        Anonymous says:

        Comments like jabbas show how stupid ukip supporters are ! they probably think the loca; council elections are for parliament !

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  23. 49
    Will.socialists.ever.stop.being.hypocrites says:

    Why are you considered to be a clown because you want the right to vote for the people who represent your opinions and make up most of the laws while you are not considered a clown if you want to allow a foreign bunch of people (who put their own national interest first) who you have never voted for to do so on your behalf?

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    • 74
      RoadHog says:

      It is all about the propaganda. If you carry on voting for the mainstream parties and the total destruction of your sovereign State, then you are bien pensant.

      Should you wish to step back from this madness and vote for someone who might possibly stop this awful roller coaster ride, then you are a far right, Nazi, fruit cake, Little Englander nutter.

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      • 85
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        NO TW@T! It’s about SCRUTINY! UKIP, under a microscope, look like the sack of crap that they are. Empty vessels who rant, old codgers who want to go back to the 1950’s and sinister r@c1st types with very short hair-cuts.

        They a full of political detritus. They don’t have any workable solutions for ACTUAL government.

        To say they lack talent, is an understatement.

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        • 123
          John Bellingham says:

          And the Lib-Dems who entered cabinet in 2010 want us all to walk around with our trousers on backwards, hand over defence to the boy scouts, invite the whole of Afghanistan and Niger to come and live here on benefits, pay 2000% more for unworkable wind energy and eat more vegetables. They brought one intelligent policy to government–why can’t UKIP?

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      • 95
        Anonymous says:

        To be fair, ukip are badly organised, attract nutters and have no policies! this is why people are laughing at them and their supporters.

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  25. 61
    david cameron when asked about UKIP says:

    (Fingers in ears) La la la la la la la la, tum te tum, cant hear you.

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  26. 71
    Bob Diamond Standard says:

    When Farage was on the politics show on Radio 4 Sunday week he talked a lot of sense on nearly all issues – not right wing mad as a a hatter but just good sense. That the big 3 parties are gunning for UKIP suggests that this is a chance to break up their cosy club. Policies as follows please.

    Exit from EU but replace with a trade agreement
    Cut all green subsidy taxes – they distort the market and do nothing to save the enviroinment
    One off tax on all fuel companies ( circa 10 billion) they invest nothing and are bleeding us dry
    Re nationalsie all rail companies when franchises come to an end
    No need for HS2
    BBC licence fee capped at £100 and money divided between range of broadcasters
    Scrap Mayoral offices
    Reduce public sector pension provision
    Scrap council tax
    Force companies to pay for education and training (inclsuing graduates)
    Etc etc

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      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      All just hot air spouted by someone who will never have a sniff of power.

      You can say anything when you never have to actually implement it.

      Being “common sense” pub bloke, doesn’t make you electable.
      UKIP have nothing to back anything up and spout semi-populist tabloid rubbish.

      If the behaviour of their MEPs are anything to go by, once elected they will just trough away more than the existing lot, and not give a damn.

      Small Parties are not full of good intentioned idealogues that are too honest for the big Parties, they are merely stuffed with the rejects of those parties and people to whacko to be found anywhere else.

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      • 83
        Vote UKIP says:

        During the time it took you to type that bollux, the LibLabConners added another £1million to the National Debt.

        Get rid of Dave and his grossly incompetent Government.

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        • 86
          Vote Conservative says:

          If ukrap were running things with their “all things to all people” giveaway, it be would another £2 million.

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          • my dog loves cycle paths says:

            But the people who will lose out big time will be those with plenty to lose.

            Ukip with 25% plus will make the Kenyan’s fiscal cliff look like a walk in the park.

            VOTE UKIP

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          • Anonymous says:

            Roll on a humongous deficit and junk status bonds? Are you for real? The resulting inflation will hurt everyone badly.

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        • 89
          CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

          And UKIP MEPs have expensed that amount no doubt.

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        • 99
          Anonymous says:

          You cant seriously think nigel could change that? for petes sake grow up !

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      • 124
        John Bellingham says:

        Don’t you people at Conservative Party central office have any real work to do during the day?

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      • 134
        Bob Diamond Standard says:

        So common sense is out and we should jsut listen to the big boys as they take everything we have because they know best?

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  27. 82
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    I’m a clown and proud of it, the silent majority who bite their lips when they see what is happening every day due to the political elite with their socialist agenda (even the Conservatives have turned red) They ignore the electorate and then wonder why their popularity is waning and alliegence is transferred to a party which actually highlights the concerns of the silent majority.
    Those who have abstained from voting for years, those who have been let down for years by lying politicians who spout promises but never deliver, people from both sides of the political spectrum may mock UKiP but that only strengthens our resolve.
    I joined UKiP last week, money is tight for me but I wanted to put my money where my mouth was, first time in my life I have felt strongly enough about politics and the need to rescue this country from the grasp of the EU.
    Vote UKiP

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    roadrunner says:

    Before the liblabcon assault on ukip they should have had a look at the 100 tory miscreants the 108 labour miscreants and the 59 liberal miscreants on liarsbuggersandthieves.blogspot.co.uk talk about pot calling kettle black.

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  29. 87
    polythesis says:

    Fifty seats? More like five hundred. There is a quiet revolution going on and the so called Tories are going to get hammered, electricity and gas bills from the winter are just arriving on peoples doorsteps and the only party with a sensible and sane energy policy is UKIP. People are sick and tired of the lies and the sneering contempt shown by the liblabcon, its time for a change. No wonder the current regime has launched an all out desperate smear operation, they know whats going to happen.

    Vote and then sit back with some popcorn and enjoy the result.

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    • 94
      UKIP says:

      Sticks and stones will break our bones but ………………….

      Get down that voting station tomorrow and lets give the bastards the mother of all kickings

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      • 96
        An unemployed lapdancer says:

        Lets hope that come 2 May Wobbly Dave finishes off his impression of Humpty Dumpty

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  30. 101
    Unemployed and skint in Birtley Colliery says:

    Just to let you know that my Jobcentre was open yesterday despite the strike by the civil servants.

    The only thing was that there were no new jobs posted since Thursday.

    Still heard nothing about my application to work as a Financial Adviser on a Commission only basis.

    Tomorrow I will be down the voting Station first thing to vote UKIP.

    Lets hope tomorrow night we will have wiped those smug smiles off the faces of Cameron and Osborne

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  31. 105
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    How much more proof do we need to show us that the EU is full of disgusting bastards?

    http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/european-parliament-member-promotes-pedophilia-as-part-of-the-sexual-revolu

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  32. 113
    Anonymous says:

    2/5 now.

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  33. 118
    Jack the Ripper says:

    If the Tories want to improve their chances, then they should stop selling their country down the river. They have brought the UKIP nemesis on themselves.

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    • 120
      An unemployed miner says:

      UKIP will be good for Britain.

      VOTE UKIP tomorrow if you wish for change.

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      • 126
        JabbaTheCat says:

        “VOTE UKIP tomorrow if you wish for change.”

        Hey numbnuts, the local elections are on Thursday…

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        • 130
          davo says:

          Tell you what, dude. I reckon most people on here realised what he meant. We just didn’t feel the need to be pendantic…

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        • 133
          KC is an EU stooge says:

          OK, he made an error. You can’t even spell your name correctly. Ha ha!

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  34. 122
    Coco says:

    “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win”

    UKIP – our last chance

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  35. 128
    J A Jones says:

    The BBC are all very condescending champagne socialist cnuts.
    We are well overdue the disbanding of the Biased Broadcasting Company.
    Why are all our politicians so wet wet wet.
    Borrow the Guillotine from France.
    There will not be a shortage of volunteers to operate it.

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  36. 137
    Anonymous says:

    Yesterday there was even money to bet ukip would get over 50 seats.
    Today it’s 5 to 1 ON.
    Looking forward to the results!

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  37. 139
    Herr Farage. The little Dicktator. says:

    Ukip’s campaign is resembling a circus. Why didn’t Herr Farage vet his candidates? What an moron!

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  38. 140
    Herr Farage. The little Dicktator. says:

    Ukip’s campaign is resembling
    a circus. Why didn’t Herr
    Farage vet his candidates?
    What a moron!

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  39. 141
    Bob Billington says:

    It’s the BNP media witch-hunt all over again. Any minority party that has a chance of breaking the Lib/Lab/Con single party state gets hammered from all angles-so good reason to support UKIP then.

    People really do need to wake up and see this for what it is.

    As for Ken Clarke the man is a treacherous and disgraceful individual-who’s paying him this time?

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  40. 142
    Anonymous says:

    The smear campaign will do more harm than good for the tories and the bbc (they might not be colluding together, but they definitely both have their own smear campaigns against ukip).

    Cameron spends all his time trying to legalise gay marriage and trying to build windfarms, May spends all her time saying we can’t deport a terrorist because the EU won’t let us and there’s nothing we can do about it, Osborne spends all his time sticking to labour spending plans and allowing the economy to completely sink without trace.

    So, when ukip say that what the tories are doing is just plain stupid/wrong, then to any reasonable person what ukip says makes sense and is right, and when the tories/bbc then say that what makes sense and seems right to 99% of the public is a load of racist homophobic fascist balls, then that 99% of the public will say “fuck. you guys at the bbc/tory-party really are fucking lunatics, aren’t you? no way I’m ever voting tory again with those bonkers people in charge, I’ll vote for ukip instead even if labour get it because of it.”

    I’ve voted ukip by post instead of my normal tory vote; it means the libdems are more likely to get in, but I can’t bring myself to vote tory just to avoid the libdems from getting in when the tories are so fucking insane at the moment.

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    John g0pvr says:

    All the best for UKIP, get them seats on thursday. This will be just a start, revolt over cuts , bedroom tax , disablity euthinasia program ( send em to work till they either comit suicide or drop dead)
    Yes thats what the current government want, and they have the bloody cheek to call people Nazis!

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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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