UKIP: Decline and Fall | Chris Murray

Under the transformative leadership of chief Brexiteer, Nigel Farage, the UK Independence Party not only played a pivotal role in achieving its primary goal of engineering a political climate which allowed the people of the UK the opportunity to make the courageous decision that they eventually did to escape the clutches of the undemocratic Brussels-based […]

Douglas Carswell’s Departure from UKIP: Curse or Blessing? Two Voices

A Blessing As many have delighted in doing recently, some have branded Douglas Carswell’s departure from UKIP as a sign of the party’s terminal demise. This is on paper a loss of an MP, and a return to the darker days of having zero MPs. However, it is not the loss of a genuine voice […]

Is UKIP’s legacy its only future? | Oliver Norgrove

No major party has encountered more derision in British political history than UKIP. The extent to which this is justified is for others to ponder. I personally think, having spent time inside the party (unlike most of UKIP’s detractors), that much of the criticism swung its way was disproportionate and exaggerated. After all, how anomalous […]