Douglas Carswell

What will Arron Banks’s 'Ukip 2.0' look like?
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What will Arron Banks’s 'Ukip 2.0' look like?

Millionaire insurance tycoon vows to start grassroots movement after leaving Ukip
15 Mar 2017
Steven Woolfe quits 'ungovernable' Ukip
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Steven Woolfe quits 'ungovernable' Ukip

Former leadership frontrunner says party is in a 'death spiral' without Nigel Farage at the helm
18 Oct 2016
NO MANIFESTO? Ukip is playing coy, but here's a taster
Nigel Farage
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NO MANIFESTO? Ukip is playing coy, but here's a taster

Eight Ukip policies to mull while voters wait for Farage's 'last-minute' manifesto
2 Mar 2015
14 Tory lame ducks who could be tempted to join Ukip
Columnist Don Brind
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14 Tory lame ducks who could be tempted to join Ukip

Our poll-watcher draws up a list of MPs who face losing to Labour – or joining the Ukip bandwagon
15 Oct 2014
Cameron orders Tory blitz to stop Rochester going to Ukip
The Mole
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Cameron orders Tory blitz to stop Rochester going to Ukip

PM launches desperate bid to stop Ukip gaining further momentum – and to save his own skin
15 Oct 2014
Carswell: public right to oust ‘deadbeats’ like Tory Newmark
The Mole
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Carswell: public right to oust ‘deadbeats’ like Tory Newmark

As Tory ex-minister admits further sexting, Ukip’s first MP makes strengthening of recall bill his top priority
13 Oct 2014
Ed Miliband for PM: is that what Farage really wants?
Columnist Don Brind
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Ed Miliband for PM: is that what Farage really wants?

Unless there is a flood of Tory defectors to Ukip, Nigel Farage’s best hope is the long game
11 Oct 2014

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Ukip celebrate, but Labour’s near-disaster is the shocker
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Ukip celebrate, but Labour’s near-disaster is the shocker

More talk of Miliband’s weaknesses after Labour’s ‘shameful’ performance in a once rock-solid seat
10 Oct 2014
Cameron: from Birmingham bounce to Clacton calamity?
Columnist Don Brind
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Cameron: from Birmingham bounce to Clacton calamity?

History tells us that the Tories’ best chance of changing their luck is to change their leader
9 Oct 2014
Ryder Cup victory shows what good Europeans we really are
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Ryder Cup victory shows what good Europeans we really are

Don’t forget, the European team was formed because UK alone could not amass the talent to beat USA
29 Sep 2014
A Guantanamo Bay for Britain? How far will Cameron go?
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A Guantanamo Bay for Britain? How far will Cameron go?

The PM says he will look at the idea of internment – but any camp would have to be offshore
2 Sep 2014
THE MOLE: Tory MPs defy Cameron to back EU exit
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THE MOLE: Tory MPs defy Cameron to back EU exit

Up to 100 Tory backbenchers ready to promise Brexit vote in order to stop Ukip taking their seats
1 Sep 2014
Ukip's Clacton coup could open TV debate door for Farage
Don Brind
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Ukip's Clacton coup could open TV debate door for Farage

With Boris Johnson refusing to stand against defector Carswell, victory could be very sweet for Ukip leader
1 Sep 2014
Carswell defection brings Tory pact with Ukip a step closer
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Carswell defection brings Tory pact with Ukip a step closer

David Cameron is determined not to have a pact – but will it prove the only way to stop Labour?
29 Aug 2014
From Rotherham to Eton: democracy lets us all down
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From Rotherham to Eton: democracy lets us all down

The lack of social mobility in Britain and the shock findings in Rotherham have something in common
29 Aug 2014
Douglas Carswell: Ukip eyes chance of first MP
Nigel Farage and Douglas Carswell
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Douglas Carswell: Ukip eyes chance of first MP

Conservative MP Douglas Carswell joins Ukip, prompts by-election and calls for 'fundamental change in British politics’
28 Aug 2014
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