If we fail next year the party will pick someone better than me but do you know what? It ain't gonna happen we are gonna win seats.
UKIP came one step closer to a Westminster seat last night as party members voted for Nigel Farage to stand as their candidate for South Thanet in Kent.
The party leader was quick to announce that he would stand down if his party failed to win a seat at next year's general election. Speaking on Good Morning Britain he said "ten years is a very long time in politics and ten years ago people did not see the UKIP message as relevant".
In a rare interview on American television, Prince Andrew has opened-up about his amicable - and often misunderstood - relationship with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
He also told CNBC that his time as a Navy pilot made him understand the "frailty of life".
This is not a Rotherham problem, this is a societal problem.
There are calls this morning for a national inquiry, following a damning report into the abuse of hundreds of children in Rotherham.
South Yorkshire's Police and crime Commissioner is facing calls to stand down and the Home Office says it will investigate whether public bodies are doing enough to protect children.
Demands for a national inquiry in to child abuse with fears that thousands more victims have been denied justice
Nigel Farage says he'll stand down as leader of UKIP if the party fails to win a seat at next year's general election
The pressure intensifies on Louis van Gaal as Manchester United are humiliated by League One team MK Dons
Rave reviews for Kate Bush as she returns to the stage after 35 years, with Madonna and Lily Allen among the crowd who watched her comeback
The more time parents spend speaking to their children face to face the more established a family becomes.
How many hours a day do you allow your kids to watch TV and use gadgets?
It follows a warning that too many parents are using gadgets to distract their kids rather than spending time together.
Reg Bailey the Government's advisor on children and single mum Anna Wharton join us to discuss.
All this week on Good Morning Britain we're preparing you for the end of the summer holidays - when the kids go back to school!
But what's in a healthy packed lunch? And what's best to pack to make sure your children get what they need to get them through the day? Here's lunchbox doctor Jenny Tschiesche's guide to the perfect packed lunch...
New footage has emerged of Will Pooley, the British nurse with Ebola, describing his passion for helping victims of the deadly virus
Survival rates for five of the most common types of cancer are increasing according to new data from Public Health England
Changes to stop and search laws come into effect today, making it harder for police to detain people
It's really important that books represent that difference so that for children it is normalised, it becomes normal to see people if they're black, they're asian, they're white.
What is your child's favourite book? The Tiger Who Came to Tea? Or Harry Potter? All great books - but with predominantly white characters.
Now the children's laureate Malorie Blackman has called for books to have more diversity, we spoke to celebrity vocal coach and father of four David Grant.