May 15, 2014

Nigel Farage Profits from Broken UK Politics

Peter Oborne, Telegraph

The Associated Press

Empty of function and barren of purpose, Parliament rose yesterday for another long break. By coincidence, this was the day after David Axelrod, Ed Miliband’s trophy political adviser, arrived in London.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Nigel Farage, UKIP, UK, United Kingdom

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

May 11, 2014
Welcome to Militant England
Rafael Behr, The New Republic
Ukip attracts protest votes from non-racists but also gives fascists a route to political respectability. The boundary is blurred. Farage’s rhetoric is potent because it transcends the bovver-booted venom of the far right... more ››
There are now huge, unprecedented pools of foreign workers “floating” around the globe. One left a poem on a dorm door in China, writes Guy Standing in The Precariat: “We are all people floating around in the world. We get... more ››
May 2, 2014
The Geopolitical Man-Crush on Putin
Alex Spillius, Daily Telegraph
What do Silvio Berlusconi, Gerhard Schroeder, Nigel Farage and Alex Salmond have in common? They are all members of Vladimir Putin’s international fan club of politicians that have developed unfortunate geo-political man... more ››
May 8, 2014
UK Conservatives Need More Minorities
Daniel Hannan, Telegraph
The gravest long-term threat to the Conservative Party is not the uneven constituency sizes, nor the split on the Centre-Right, nor yet the party’s weakness in Scotland and parts of northern England. Dwarfing... more ››
May 5, 2014
Gerry Adams Isn't Immune from Justice
Ruth Dudley Edwards, Telegraph
You may not have heard of Pamela Atchison, but she has just become the most important woman in Northern Ireland. As Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, it will be her job to decide whether to charge Gerry Adams with... more ››