Tag Archives: UKIP

Thoughts on Barnsley Central: another Lib Dem disaster

Before anyone starts designing “Ed Miliband: Prime Minister in 2015” mugs, let’s remember that this was an average performance for Labour in Barnsley Central. Yes, they won 60.8% of the vote, but that’s almost exactly the same figure they won in … Continue reading

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Old and Sad: Goodbye to all that

This is my final blog on the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election. I’m looking forward to moving on from it, and blogging about other topics. In my notebook I have 14 (!) blog posts in various stages of stages of completion, as … Continue reading

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Why you should vote UKIP in Oldham East and Saddleworth

Our next article in our online hustings puts forward the case for Paul Nuttall and the UK Independence Party. It’s written by Jonathan Arnott, UKIP’s General Secretary. People in Oldham East & Saddleworth deserve an honest, hard-working MP who will … Continue reading

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Meet the new berk, same as the old berk

Lord Pearson, UKIP’s leader, has stood down. Although he only became leader in November, Pearson has quit because he’s “not much good at party politics”. I don’t much care for the man or his policies, but at least Pearson is being … Continue reading

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