‘No more obsessing over caps,’ says Farage, as he ditches party’s call for a 50,000-a-year limit
Eight Ukip policies to mull while voters wait for Farage's 'last-minute' manifesto
He did well at a right-wing conference in Washington DC too, though not as well as Sarah Palin
As for Labour and Conservative chances on 7 May, it’s another day of ‘poller opposites’
By ignoring Nigel Farage, both main parties hope to keep his challenge at bay. Will it work?
Fictional drama about Ukip rule prompts complaints of political bias, but critics say it lacks sophistication
As Tories celebrate the defection of a Ukip MEP, Farage claims he had already been suspended
Hope for Hate says BNP and EDL are 'struggling' despite Rotherham scandal and rise of Islamic State
How to beat Ukip? Candidates told to ‘move the conversation on’ if voters bring up immigration
Kerry Smith resigns after being caught ranting at ‘pooftahs’ and ‘peasants’ – but when will Farage go?