uk general election 2015

Who Knew? Think Tank Claims ‘Mondeo Man’ Could Be British Asian

Middle England ‘Mondeo Man’ could be a member of the British Asian community, a think tank has claimed. New research shows that David Cameron was returned to Number 10 with his unexpected Conservative majority following an increase in support from

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SNP Already On The Offensive Over Slim Conservative Majority

Alex Salmond has already predicted failure for the new Conservative government only days after it was swept to power by the unexpected majority. The new MP for Gordon says Mr Cameron will have trouble legislating his manifesto pledges, especially on


Don’t Let Sore Losers Talk the Country Down

Kudos to the Labour politicians, most admirably Ed Balls, who reacted to their party’s incredible defeat with good grace. Others, not so much. Take one well known left-wing tweeter: “Most terrifying of all is the Tories won as the Nasty

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UKIP Cement Power Base In North East But Fail To Take Great Grimsby

GRIMSBY, United Kingdom – UKIP have demonstrated that they are not just the party of dissatisfied Conservatives as the results in North East England show large swings to Nigel Farage’s party. With results declared in Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South


UKIP Candidate Missed Off Ballot Papers

Darlington Council is under fire for leaving off the name of the UKIP candidate on a number of the ballot papers. David Hodgson was missing from 89 ballot papers in the Harrowgate Hill ward of Darlington and was only made

Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) arrives to vote in Ramsgate. (REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett)

Why UKIP Faced A Tactical Voting ‘Sucker Punch’

Up to four million people are thought to have voted tactically today and UKIP could be one of the biggest victims, according to a YouGov poll published by The Times this morning. Peter Kellner, YouGov’s president, said that tactical voting

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Britain’s Youngest Registered Voter Can’t Actually Vote

The parents of Sheffield toddler Ollie Wray were surprised to find that their two-year-old is likely to be the UK’s youngest registered voter at today’s general election. The Sheffield Star reports  that Ollie brought his polling card to his father, Andy


Expat Voters Furious About Missing Chance To Cast Their Ballot

British expats hoping to vote in tomorrow’s General Election will be unable to as ballot papers have not been sent out in time. Despite senior politicians, including David Cameron and Boris Johnson, urging Brits abroad to use their vote, reports

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The ‘Pole Tax’ On Men Is Why I’m Not Voting Tomorrow

I’m not voting tomorrow. That’s not – at least, not only – because they’re all bastards. I’m not voting tomorrow because I think it’s time someone stood up and said the unsayable: society is becoming engineered against men, and I


Forget Tactical Voting: The Strategic Vote Is UKIP

“Eve of poll” is one of the holy days in the liturgical calendar of the political class. It is a red-letter day for politicians, exhausted after weeks of cack-handed lying, evasions and insincere drivel. It signals to them that within


Man Punched In Face By Thugs For Supporting UKIP

A man in Dorset has been hurt after he was attacked by five men because of the UKIP poster in his garden. Mark Smith was punched in the face by thugs who objected to the 8ft by 4ft poster on


No Retreat: Juncker Tightens Grip Around Neck Of EU In Face Of Reform

The single currency is “irreversible” and freedom of movement within the EU a “basic principle” the European Commission President has said. Jean Claude Juncker told an audience in Belgium that an ailing Greece must stay in the eurozone or “the

Wind your neck in, Farage says Juncker should stay out of EU debate.

Noel Gallagher Brands Ed Miliband a ‘F***ing Communist’

Ed Miliband’s campaign took another bashing last night when former Oasis front man and New Labour supporter Noel Gallagher called him a “f***ing communist”. In an interview with Alan Carr on his ‘Chatty Man’ programme Gallagher, said he hadn’t fallen out

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The BBC and UKIP go to War in South Thanet

An official complaint has been made to Kent Police about the contents of a BBC One programme broadcast during the election period. Senior advisers to UKIP Leader Nigel Farage have reported the prime time show ‘Have I Got News For

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Taken on Trust: Margaret Hodge’s Personal Tax Affairs Laid Bare

The future career of Margaret Hodge, the prominent Labour Party politician and parliamentary candidate for Barking in next week’s election, is today uncertain as critics accuse her of “hypocrisy” over allegations relating to her personal tax affairs published in The


UKIP Supporters Speaking Out After BBC Audience Bias Revealed

UKIP supporters are getting their own back on BBC officials who use questionable polling to limit the number of the party’s supporters who appear in the audience on political programmes. Following the leaders’ debates where Nigel Farage called the studio

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Nate Silver Says UK Election Could Get ‘Messy’

American pollster and statistician Nate Silver has admitted he has “no idea” who will be in power after the general election. Appearing on BBC One’s Panorama show last night, Silver there was “enormous uncertainty” over the outcome of the UK


Farage Takes Nine Point Lead In Thanet South

Latest polling data has shown that UKIP leader Nigel Farage is nine points ahead in the constituency of Thanet South with less than two weeks to go until polling day. The numbers put Farage on 39 per cent, nine points