Ukip intend to be the "guard dogs of Brexit" and ensure Theresa May does not "backslide" on Brexit.Read the full story ›
Paul Nuttall has said Ukip's punishing local election results saw it "caught in a Tory tidal wave" - but denied his party was now drowned out of mainstream politics.
The Ukip leader said Theresa May's Conservatives had "stolen our ground because she's able to talk the talk" as he campaigned in Skegness, Lincolnshire.
Yet he said he expected voters to return to his party when people realised Mrs May could not "walk the walk" in Brexit negotiations.
"She will buckle," Mr Nuttall said. "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."
He added that "politics is a long term game" and insisted his party's future was "really bright" and could well be "bigger than it ever has before".
Activists, including a young woman wearing a head scarf, spoke out in turn in front of the cameras assembled to hear leader Paul Nuttall.Read the full story ›
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has confirmed he will stand for Parliament in the General Election.
His announcement ends speculation about whether or not he would run for a Commons seat.
Mr Nuttall said he would be "leading the party into battle" in the June 8 contest, adding he will reveal which seat he will be running for in 48 hours.
"As the leader of the party I will be, obviously, leading the party into battle as I have done many times in the past," he said.
Mr Nuttall failed in his previous bid to become an MP, losing the Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election in February.
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall also said he would want to get rid of Sharia courts.Read the full story ›
The Ukip leader confirmed he had "no prior warning" of Douglas Carswell's resignation from the party as he hit out at the "staunch Tory".Read the full story ›
Ukip's leader said the party must "hold its nerve" while it struggles for direction in the wake of his by-election defeat.Read the full story ›
The former leader said the party needed to learn lessons after his successor Paul Nuttall failed to unseat Labour in a hard-fought campaign.Read the full story ›
The senior officials, including the head of leader Paul Nuttall's branch, condemned comments from him and millionaire backer Arron Banks.Read the full story ›
Eagle-eyed Twitter users spotted that a campaign photo the party claimed was in Stoke on Trent, was actually in Bolton.Read the full story ›