Did UKIP peak too soon ?

Secret Lemonde Drinker as UKIP Campaign goes in bin

Did UKIP peak too soon ? It looks like UKiP peaked too early a couple of months ago. They did well in the local elections, but the are rapidly declining.The continuing collapse in support for Ukip, down from 18% in May – just after its local election success – to 12% in June and now … Continue reading

Cameron’s EU Referendum weez causes UKIP Polling Collapse

Cameron Farage UKIP Conservative

Cameron’s EU Referendum weez causes UKIP Polling Collapse ICM’s monthly poll for the Guardian has topline figures of CON 36%, LAB 36%, LD 13%, UKIP 7%. Since last month it shows a slump in UKIP support and a recovery for the Conservatives. As ever, the more unusual a polls findings the more careful you should … Continue reading

How the Conservatives plan to wipe out UKIP

NF the Nigel Farage Party UKIP

How the Conservatives plan to wipe out UKIP  Isabel Hardman Last week Lynton Crosby and David Cameron briefed Conservative MPs on the threat posed by Ukip. Their timing was impeccable: today’s YouGov poll showing 19 per cent of Conservative members would seriously consider voting for Nigel Farage’s party could have sent Tory MPs into orbit, … Continue reading

YouGov Poll confirms 40% in England want an English Passport

Survey confirms 40% in England want an English Passport For the first time, a formal YouGov poll has been commissioned to determine the effectiveness of this Blog, in it’s campaign to obtain an English Passport. It shows an incredible 40% of people in England now want an English Passport following the success of this Blog, … Continue reading

UKIP set for name change to “English Independence Party” ?

UKIP English Independence Party EIP

UKIP set for name change to “English Independence Party” ? Published date:  03 May 2013 Rise of UKIP challenges all UK parties to take rising Englishness more seriously Immediate release Following UKIP’s surge in the local elections, new survey data indicates that one possible explanation of their success – until now largely overlooked – is their emergence as … Continue reading