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It is clear that Ukip requires a new focus, new ideas and a new energy - and it is there amongst out ranks. I think, regardless of the score last night, I have laid the foundations for the future in this General Election campaign but it will be for someone else to build on those. What now for me? Holiday. Or if that bar is open, a pint.feedback
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May 29 2017

I think we've got to look at ways of ensuring that our people are safe, whether that is a return to control orders, whether that is tagging these people, who knows in the future maybe a return to internment.feedback

May 29 2017 - British elections 2017

I'm not Nigel Farage, quite obviously. We come from completely different backgrounds, we have a completely different leadership style and I've only been the Leader of UKIP for six months. I'm now in a General Election and I believe I'll lead UKIP after this General election and we go on to great things.feedback

May 29 2017

The problem is there's a small number of people who need to be sorted out, cut out of society altogether, and actually what we need to do is we need to ensure that we put more police officers on the beat, and we're proposing 20,000 extra police officers, to ensure that these people are caught and brought to justice.feedback

May 29 2017

Well, I don't want to be Albert Pierrepoint, that's not what I'm going to go on to when I'm out of politics. What I will say is that, you know, they asked me that question, if I'm prepared to stand up say that I believe in the death penalty, then you know, maybe I would pull the lever on people like Ian Brady in the past. We're in a situation now where we're being told that there are 23,000 possible suspects on our streets who want to do us harm.feedback

May 29 2017

Maybe, Andrew, we're just living in a different society now. I'm not saying now is the time to return to this, but I wouldn't rule it out.feedback

May 29 2017

If we were in a situation where there was an immediate terrorist attack on the horizon and we had to get information which would save people's lives in this country, then I would basically, I would use hard measures. We are the most watched people in the world. Okay, there's more CCTV in this country than anywhere else on the planet, and for it to be effective you need to see people's faces. The vast majority of Muslims, absolutely. I mean, they are peaceful. They live in this country, they love this country, they add to the economy.feedback

May 29 2017

What I will say is that, you know, they asked me that question, if I'm prepared to stand up say that I believe in the death penalty, then you know, maybe I would pull the lever on people like Ian Brady in the past.feedback

May 29 2017 - Human Rights

I wouldn't take anything off the table in the future because ... unless we get a grip on this what happened in Manchester the other night, which is part of my constituency[as an MEP], could become commonplace. And that's the last thing we want to see. I would put the lives of British families over the human rights of any jihadi any day. The fact is we're the only ones who are coming up with an agenda to try and improve integration in this country. I think he's got his terminology wrong.feedback

May 29 2017 - Brexit

Well, look, sometimes in politics the tide comes in, the tide goes out. And this is very opportune for Theresa May at the moment because she's able to talk the talk and sound tough on the issue of Brexit because she hasn't gone into those negotiations.feedback

May 29 2017

A lot of people within the Westminster bubble are very uncomfortable about it, but you know, we're saying things that people are thinking, and what we've got to do is we've got to get to grips with this Islamist cancer within our midst. It needs to be cut out because I worry if it isn't, then what happened the other night in Manchester may well become commonplace. Well, when you read this morning there's a suspected 23,000 jihadis living amongst us, obviously MI5 are stretched to capacity at this present moment in time.feedback

May 29 2017

It needs to be cut out because I worry if it isn't, then what happened the other night in Manchester may well become commonplace.feedback

May 25 2017

So what else have we got in our manifesto?feedback

May 25 2017 - Immigration

We tried to push this back but the broadcasters told us we couldn't. It is the role of Ukip in our national political life to challenge the cosy establishment consensus whenever it is failing the British public. We did that on immigration control, we did that on Brexit. And now we will do it by tackling issues surrounding integration.feedback

May 25 2017 - Terrorism

It is not good enough to light candles and proclaim that extremists will not beat us. Action is required on multiple fronts and I am proud Ukip is setting out its patriotic agenda for defending our country and our way of life.feedback

May 25 2017 - British elections 2017

But we cannot be cowed or allow our way of life to be undermined by those who wish to do us harm. These people hate the way we live, hate our freedom and hate our democracy.feedback

May 23 2017 - British elections 2017

Just woken to the terrible news in the heart of my constituency, Manchester. My prayers and thoughts are with those affected. Stay strong.feedback

May 19 2017 - Brexit

There is no collusion – certainly myself and my campaign – but I can always speak for myself and the Russians – zero.feedback

May 18 2017 - British elections 2017

I don't believe that she will get the best deal possible for Britain, I believe she will begin to backslide.feedback

May 18 2017 - British elections 2017

I think she will backslide on fisheries, I think she will sell out fishermen once again like a former Tory prime minister did in Ted Heath. I think there will be some sort of dodgy deal over freedom of movement as well and I think she will capitulate and we will pay a divorce bill.feedback

May 12 2017 - British elections 2017

This General Election has unfortunately come too soon for those new ways of doing things but there will be big changes at the conference in September.feedback

May 12 2017 - Brexit

Where branches have campaigned with candidates or MPs on Vote Leave platforms... they would have taken a decision to stand down to ensure we get as many Brexit MPs into the House of Commons. I think it is a very noble thing to do, to put country above party. I am confident that our poll ratings will go up as the campaign progresses but there are a huge bank of people in the North, in the Midlands and in working class communities in the South who will never ever vote Conservative. Period.feedback

May 10 2017 - Islam

I think he's got his terminology wrong, OK. I think Islamic fundamentalism is a cancer within our society, I don't think Islam itself is a death cult in any way, shape or form.feedback

May 10 2017 - Islam

They obviously were upset, but because it brought the whole thing to the fore again, it was all over the national media and I totally understand that. I would never personally describe Islam in that way.feedback

May 08 2017 - British elections 2017

Looking ahead, I am confident that Ukip will not only still survive into the future but the post Brexit ukip, or once these negotiations start, could be bigger and actually I predict will be bigger than the pre-Brexit ukip ever was. I want a great Brexit and I am prepared to put country first, country above party, I want the best Brexit possible. I wish Theresa May all the best, going into these negotiations, one of the duty for Ukip in years to come.feedback

May 08 2017 - Immigration

Am I the right man to answer these questions? Well at the moment I am the leader of Ukip. It isn't going to happen, OK? There is no chance that will happen whatsoever. I am pretty confident that she will begin to backslide once these negotiations start. I am convinced that fisheries will be bartered away – probably first. I think there will certainly be movement on immigration and a lack of control of our borders, and we could still end up paying some form of divorce bill.feedback

May 08 2017 - Brexit

That is why it is so imperative that Ukip stays on the pitch and Ukip remains a viable electoral force because as NF said Ukip is the country's insurance policy in case the Government do begin to backslide. Are we a parody of ourselves? Well, look, do you know, we actually were not just at the forefront but the party that forced probably the biggest decision the British people certainly made in a generation, and could possibly be the biggest decision they make in the first half of this century.feedback

May 08 2017 - Brexit

That was the decision on June 23 for us to leave the European Union so I think we've been quite successful.feedback

May 06 2017

When people are angry, when they feel let down, where are they going to go? They are going to go to Ukip, which could well be bigger than it ever has before.feedback

May 06 2017 - Scottish independence

It is very easy for [Theresa May] to talk the talk and act tough, but when she's asked to walk the walk, I think there's going to be problems.feedback

May 06 2017 - Immigration

It was expected. We dust ourselves down and go on. Ukip does have a great future. It just has to stay on the pitch, hold its ground and people will come back to us. She will buckle. She will start to barter things away. Fisheries will go, there will be movement on immigration, on freedom of movement – she will buckle on that. When people are angry and feel they did not get the Brexit they voted for, they will come back to us. Ukip could be bigger than it ever was before.feedback

Apr 29 2017

Who knows? There's six weeks to go in this campaign, the Conservative MP campaigned to remain during the referendum … We'll be giving it a good go.feedback

Apr 29 2017

Basically, Ukip has got to stay on the pitch, stay strong and let's hope that we can get people elected in this election. The people fighting in the street have got absolutely nothing to do with Ukip. None of them are Ukip members.feedback

Apr 29 2017 - British elections 2017

It is a great honour and a privilege to stand for Ukip in Boston and Skegness. The constituency voted overwhelmingly for leave, inspired in part by the massive betrayal of our fishing industry by successive governments, something that today's Conservative party led by Theresa May looks set to repeat.feedback

Apr 29 2017 - Islamophobia

Actually, it's all about equality. It's all about breaking down barriers. It's all about integrating people into society.feedback

Apr 29 2017 - Islamophobia

No, they're not right. It's disappointing that certain people in politics don't want to debate. What they want to do is shout people down.feedback

Apr 28 2017

I predict Ukip will confound expectations on 8 June.feedback

Apr 27 2017

Yes I have, I will be standing in the election and we will be announcing the seat in which I stand in within the next 48 hours. As the leader of the party I will be obviously leading the party into battle as I have done on many times in the past.feedback

Apr 27 2017

As the leader of the party I will be, obviously, leading the party into battle as I have done many times in the past.feedback

Apr 24 2017

Ukip leaders have done pretty well in the past without becoming an MP.feedback

Apr 24 2017

Ukip leaders have done quite well not being in parliament haven't they? What we will say today is not designed to sow the seeds of division. It is about promoting integration in British society.feedback

Apr 23 2017 - Sharia

It cannot be right we have courts or councils in this country where the words of a woman are only worth half that of a man. That has no place in a liberal, democratic functioning western democracy. This is not an order which is coming down from the top of the party. I will speak to branches in the coming week and they will make decisions.feedback

Apr 23 2017 - Sharia

We have a heightened security risk at the moment and for CCTV to be effective you need to see people's faces, because whether we like it or not in this country there's more CCTV per head than anywhere else on the planet. We're the most watched and for that to be effective you need to see people's faces. Integration is actually getting worse in Britain at the moment, not better. This will help. This isn't an attack on specifically on Muslims, it's all about integration.feedback

Apr 22 2017 - Sharia

We were going to launch the whole post-Brexit Ukip rebrand at autumn party conference after a consultation in the summer.feedback

Apr 20 2017 - European Parliament

I haven't decided yet. I have got to weigh it up. I am still leading a group in the European Parliament where of course ultimately there will be a veto over the whole Brexit deal and where the negotiations will take place over the next two years. I have got to weigh up where am I best to be in terms of having an impact on Brexit and perhaps warning the British public that it's not going in the direction it should be. Am I better off staying in Strasbourg or better of trying to go to Westminster?feedback

Apr 18 2017

We are looking to win seats. A handful is achievable. We will be well financed for this election. It is not as though we are not prepared – we began to get ducks in order when we thought it was the first time round. I don't think this is good for the country – it is good for the Conservative party. We always welcome the opportunity to go to the people – it is a challenge we will embrace.feedback

Apr 18 2017 - Scottish independence

We are in the midst of Brexit negotiations so this election will provide a perfect opportunity for the 52% to vote for Ukip – the only party wholeheartedly committed to a clean, quick and efficient Brexit.feedback

Apr 13 2017

It suggests Liz Truss has had the wool pulled over her eyes by so-called 'progressive' penal policy pressure groups. Voters will be forgiven for wondering whether the Conservatives have simply gone soft on crime. By not specifically referencing punishment it could allow governors further to soften regimes in prisons so that they become more like holiday camps rather than serious corrective institutions.feedback

Apr 12 2017 - Brexit

I think it needs to look more modern, cleaner and for a Ukip in the post-Brexit era.feedback

Apr 07 2017 - Syria conflict

I hoped for better from this administration.feedback

Apr 05 2017 - Immigration

By voting to leave the EU, the British people asked the government to reduce the high levels of immigration that see a city the size of Hull and Newcastle come to the UK each year. The fact that the Tories won't even specify how long the period of open-door immigration will continue after we have left the EU sets alarm bells ringing.feedback

Mar 27 2017 - Brexit

We are going to rebrand the post-Brexit Ukip and it will all be launched at the annual conference in Torquay in September. Everything is up for debate. Ukip's brand is worth a lot of money. It is one of the most recognised brands. It was worth millions back in 2008 when we looked at the cost of rebranding and it came into the millions. I think it needs modernising - we need a different feel to the party as we move into the post-Brexit age. It does not bother me. I want him to be front of house.feedback

Mar 27 2017

Let's not forget when we forced David Cameron into offering that referendum back in 2013 we did not have anyone in the House of Commons.feedback

Mar 27 2017 - British politics

I want him to be on the telly and radio selling Ukip's message because he is one of the best communicators in British politics today. I am relaxed about my own position, trust me. We will be the guard dogs of Brexit and woe betide Mrs May, woe betide the Conservative Party if they begin to backslide. I've read the obituary of Ukip over the years more times than I've had hot dinners and they have always been wrong. Let's be clear, Ukip doesn't need representation in the House of Commons to be able to influence the political landscape.feedback

Mar 27 2017 - British politics

No, I don't think there's any threat and I'm sure he'll back me up on that. If they do backslide, I can guarantee Ukip will be there and Ukip will be the guard dogs of Brexit and there is only one way Ukip will go in the polls, which is up and up and up. Nigel is one of the best communicators in British politics, so why wouldn't you utilise an asset like that. It its not as if I'm paranoid. I'm really relaxed about the whole situation. I want him to be on the TV, on the airwaves because when he goes out there he pushes on Ukip's cause.feedback

Mar 27 2017

I'm not going to give a prediction regarding the local elections. What I will say is that in pockets where we are doing well, Ukip is strong and its vote share I predict will go up. We will be standing on a manifesto of localism.feedback

Mar 25 2017 - Brexit

Over the last year it has become clear that he has been drifting in one direction while Ukip has been marching in another.feedback

Mar 25 2017 - Brexit

Douglas was genuinely committed to Brexit but was never a comfortable Ukipper. Our party has not benefited financially or organisationally from having Douglas in Westminster. His departure will make no difference to my ability or focus on delivering the reforms I promised when elected as leader.feedback

Mar 25 2017 - Brexit

This is not a surprise. I was elected on a pledge to forge unity in the party, and have had many discussions with key players to try to make that happen, but it had become increasingly clear to me that some things were simply beyond reach. Douglas was genuinely committed to Brexit, but was never a comfortable Ukipper.feedback

Mar 05 2017 - Nuclear weapons

There was an orchestrated smear campaign which I knew was coming from December which was suggesting that I wasn't actually at Hillsborough. Can I just put this on record Andrew, because this is really important? There was an orchestrated campaign which I knew was coming which was done by a political party. I'll leave it at that, okay? Yes. I am actually. Yes, I am, okay? They suggested that I wasn't actually at Hillsborough. It's not as if I have lied about weapons of mass destruction. It's not as if I have taken us into an illegal war.feedback

Mar 05 2017

I provided witness statements, I have given evidence to Operation Resolve and I'm prepared to stand in a witness stand in a court of law.feedback

Mar 05 2017

It's not as if I've been caught in a paedophile gang or anything.feedback

Mar 05 2017

Arron has never been Ukip's major donor, but since I got back from holiday, I have got a commitment from a consortium of Ukip's donors that Ukip is financially secure going forward.feedback

Mar 05 2017 - Nuclear weapons

I haven't lost a close, personal friend. I've lost someone who I know. It's not as if I have lied about weapons of mass destruction. It's not as if I have taken us into an illegal war. It's not as if I've been caught in a paedophile ring. We have had it in writing now from Douglas Carswell that he lobbied for Nigel Farage to get a knighthood. He has put it in writing, let's see what happens. It'll go to the national executive from here.feedback

Mar 05 2017

No [I won't answer] because as a family we had all lost people who we knew.feedback

Mar 04 2017

I made my views known in my leadership bid and the huge mandate the membership gave me as a result ensures that I call the shots. We now have it in writing, from Douglas, that he did speak to the right people and he did lobby for Nigel to get a knighthood.feedback

Mar 04 2017

I've read this week in many news outlets that Ukip is in crisis. Well, I'm an old hand … I've read Ukip's obituary over 100 occasions. We're a bit like a boomerang. You can throw us away and we always come back. This is not a party in crisis, this is a party that is on the move and looking to the future. Now is not the time for panic or knee-jerk reactions and now is certainly not the time for navel-gazing or in-fighting. All we have to do is hold our nerve, and the future is bright, the future is purple. My policies and perspective has always been radical.feedback

Feb 24 2017

UKIP's time will come ... there's a lot more to come from us, we're not going anywhere, I'm not going anywhere.feedback

Feb 14 2017

I want to make this perfectly clear. I was there on that day, I've got witnesses, people who will stand up in court and back me 100 percent.feedback

Nov 29 2016

There's an anti-establishment feel which is growing right across the Western world and I want UKIP to be that vehicle here in the UK.feedback

Nov 29 2016

My ambition is to not only get myself into the House of Commons but to get as many UKIP backsides on the green leather as possible.feedback

Nov 28 2016 - Conservative and Unionist Party

The country needs a strong UKIP more now than ever before because if UKIP cease to be an electoral force then there will be no impetus on Theresa May and her government to give us real Brexit.feedback

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