UKIP & The Future for British Politics

Nigel Farage UKIP Loves Israel

The Lib Dems win, with a much reduced majority UKIP come second in the Eastleigh by-election.

What does it all mean?

Grant Shapps “rare for governing party to capture a seat” Conservatives to become even more Eurosceptic, anti-immigrant, anti-gay like UKIP.

John Denham “People were concerned about migration” Labour must to copy UKIP policies.

UKIP have policies the right wing tories want but can’t have & Labour have no policies or leadership.

Political parties will try & tap into the centralist agenda which apparently UKIP now have, and it’s too lazy to call it a protest vote.

UKIP taking away votes from the Tories at the next general election?

Maybe, who’s jumping into bed with Nigel Farage?

Dave or Ed?

Odin’s Draupnir indeed

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2 Comments

Filed under Operation Muslim Vote 2010, UK politics, Uncategorized

2 responses to “UKIP & The Future for British Politics

  1. Jarrar Mughal

    Was thinking the same today morning, Farage claimed that the Conservatives split UKIPs vote – ouch,…

    Its time for the mainstream parties to stand firm and say that they will not slip into facism and xenophobia, to chase votes in tough economic times but somehow think they wont,

  2. Pingback: Two wrongs don’t make a right: UKIP, the Tories and the future for British politics | abdelxyz

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