Saturday, April 30, 2011


From 48 votes for the first UKIP candidate standing in a British election, to second in the last EU elections, second in the last parliamentary {by}election, and now with candidates standing across all local areas in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

It has become the party of the people - the ignored, the disaffected, the disadvantaged, the fed up, and the free. The above video tells the story of how UKIP has grown from a single issue fringe party to one that is gaining more popular support as the LibLabCon continues to let us down in all sorts of ways.