One of the two former soldiers ejected from the Tory conference for heckling Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, has hit out at defence cuts.
Nigel Farage today applauded José Manuel Barroso, the European Commission President’s frank honesty when referring to David Cameron’s plans to fundamentally revise the UK’s relationship with the European Union.
“There was nothing new, nothing about Cameron, and his desires but it was all about those he has looking over his shoulder. It was so full of the spectres of Cameron’s demons that one can only call it an abysmal damp squib of an effort written not by ghostwriters, but by ghosts," said UKIP Leader Nigel Farage.
UKIP MEP candidate Amjad Bashir has challenged Michael Heseltine to an open public debate on why he thinks UKIP are racist and tells media it’s time to ‘stop this disgusting slur of racism’
UKIP leader Nigel Farage hit back at the Prime Minister's television appeal to UKIP supporters, saying voters would be foolish to believe Cameron would deliver a referendum on EU membership.
He said: "We've had cast iron guarantees from David Cameron before, why on earth would anyone let themselves be fooled a second time?
"Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice shame on me?"
"Polling of Tory Councillors show how out of touch they think the Conservative government are so why would UKIP supporters who have made that leap to us go back?
"What we need in 2015 is UKIP MPs in Westminster. But first, what will make the real different is a UKIP victory in the European Elections in 2014."
UKIP has achieved another set of remarkable local council by-election results all over the country, winning a seat in Sevenoaks, Kent.
Among the host of encouraging results, UKIP secured 24.6% of the vote in Wombwell, Barnsley, 32.2% in Storrington, West Sussex and a winning 35.7% in Crockenhill & Well Hill in Sevenoaks where Steve Lindsay was elected as a UKIP Councillor, ousting Labour.
Commenting on the UKIP gain, Party Leader and UKIP's MEP in Kent Nigel Farage declared that "anything is possible in Kent" following the party's by-election victory in Sevenoaks.
Mr Farage, who himself lives in Kent, said the result was a "clear demonstration of how UKIP take support from across the board, not just disaffected Tories."