General Election 2015

General Election 2015 Live Blog

Welcome to the Breitbart London general election 2015 live blog. We’re expecting a fascinating night as both major parties went into today tied. UKIP are hoping for a result that comes somewhere near the party’s record-high poll numbers and the

Polling station workers place signs outside a polling station in Islington, in readiness for voting in Britain's general election, in London (REUTERS/Peter Nicholls)

Senior Conservatives Split On UKIP Response

BOLTON, United Kingdom – Splits in the Conservative Party over how to deal with UKIP were once again exposed today as senior figures gave contradictory messages on the party’s position. While the Bow Group told members to vote for Nigel

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Oldest Tory Think Tank Endorses UKIP

The Conservative Party’s oldest think tank, the Bow Group, has endorsed UKIP in seats the Tories cannot win. The Bow Group’s chairman, Ben Harris-Quinney, made the announcement in an email to the group’s 10,000 members on Monday. Mr Harris-Quinney admitted


Leaders’ Question Time Live Blog

Three party leaders will face a live studio audience in Leeds tonight, from 8pm to 9:30pm. Each leader will be asked questions separately, in order they are: Ed Miliband, David Cameron and Nick Clegg. This blog will be live 7:30pm,


Australia Should Lead Refugee Rethink: Report

Australia might not be meeting its international refugee obligations but it is best placed to kick start international reform, a new research paper says. The Lowy Institute analysis argues Australia should take the lead on proposing changes to how the

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Farage’s Plan To Bag £5m Election Windfall

UKIP could be in line for a £5m taxpayer-funded windfall following the general election. The ‘Short Money’ is paid by the House of Commons to every opposition party to compensate them for not having departmental staff to call on in


Negative Attacks On Farage Rebuffed By UKIP

UKIP has been forced to deny persistent rumours Nigel Farage is suffering from burnout. The latest claims come from Dan Hodges in the Daily Telegraph, the Labour blogger said Farage “is fading away without a fight” and that his “magic

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