The acting Ukip leader reportedly discussed 'freedom and winning' with the incoming president at Trump Tower in New York.Read the full story ›
The demonstration to the Supreme Court follows the High Court ruling that the government needs parliament's approval on Article 50.Read the full story ›
The interim Ukip leader said he feared there would only be a "half Brexit" if the current Parliament voted on the terms of Britain.Read the full story ›
All three of the frontrunners in the race to become the next leader of Ukip have expressed an interest in getting Mr Farage into the Lords.Read the full story ›
Nigel Farage told Peston on Sunday he will not be backing Suzanne Evans as the next Ukip leader.Read the full story ›
Nigel Farage has said Donald Trump's attacks on Bill Clinton about the former president's alleged sexual misconduct were "fair game" during the second presidential debate.
The acting Ukip leader told reporters it would have been "wrong" for Hillary Clinton to have "moralised" Mr Trump without the Republican presidential candidate answering back.
Mr Farage added that Donald Trump was "in control" during the debate, and insisted that Mrs Clinton "played second fiddle to him right throughout the evening".
"He's had a very awkward and deeply embarrassing 48 hours, but he's come out of this tonight strong and he goes into Las Vegas with a big psychological edge," Mr Farage said.
The interim Ukip leader dismissed Trump's comments as boasting.Read the full story ›
Ukip's Steven Woolfe is in a "life-threatening" condition following an altercation with fellow party MEPs in Strasbourg.
Mr Woolfe, who turned 49 today, was taken ill after walking out on a vote at the European Parliament.
Woolfe, who declared on Wednesday his intention to run as party leader, was reported by Nigel Farage to be in a "serious" condition upon being taken to hospital.
Fellow leadership contender Raheem Kassem tweeted that he believed Woolfe was in a "life-threatening" condition.
I've just heard Steven Woolfe's condition is life threatening. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers.
Nigel Farage has said he thinks Diane James' decision to quit as leader of Ukip could have been because of an attack she experienced at Waterloo Station.
Shortly after winning the leadership contest, Ms James was spat on and verbally abused on a train platform. Mr Farage said the incident could have caused "a realisation that she'd taken on a job that was going to be 24/7 that was going to involve her having security with her the whole time, I mean you take this job, your life is no longer your own".
The acting Ukip leader added that he would much rather Ms James recognised that the job was not for her now rather than months after accepting the position saying it "isn't where we need to be but it's not the end of the world."
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has flown to the US to help coach presidential candidate Donald Trump ahead of his next debate.Read the full story ›