Although the party is expected to win today’s police and crime commissioner by-election today, staff at the party are concerned that UKIP could come top in Ed Miliband’s constituency in Doncaster.
The Scottish National Party, meanwhile, is predicted to win 54 seats.
Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour party, taunted the prime minister by wearing it and sitting opposite him.
Britain First claimed it was a gesture of support, but a UKIP spokesperson told BuzzFeed News “a mistake of this nature will not happen again”.
The incident occurred in Leeds, where David Cameron was speaking about high-speed rail.
The former Conservative chairman, who quit the cabinet over the government’s “morally indefensible” stance on the issue, told BuzzFeed News that as many as 37 constituencies could be swung by the Muslim vote.
We’re praying she doesn’t discover Street View.
It’s time for the Westminster Dog of the Year competition.
If it helps, Mike Read says it was unintentional.
We have a way to go yet in terms of gender equality.
“I’m sure there’s a method to their madness,” Basildon’s Kerry Smith told BuzzFeed News after being deselected by UKIP leadership. “We’ve seen with Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless, they’ve got something planned.”
Labour won the Thurrock council by-election with a majority of less than 300 votes – even though they sent a shadow minister to help the campaign effort.
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The lyrics are filled with references to the party’s aspirations and target seats. Oh, and it’s sung in a fake Jamaican accent.
UKIP increased their majority from 2.6% in the 2010 general election to 38.6% on Thursday’s by-election.
Even Labour MP Simon Danczuk’s brother-in-law has made the switch to UKIP.
The UK’s political parties have spent the last three weeks holding their annual conferences across the UK. This is what you missed.
And nine other things we learned from the deputy prime minister’s speech to the Lib Dem party conference.
And pretty much just make fun of their own party.