Nigel Farage has said Ukip will unveil an outline of their 2015 general election manifesto this September in Doncaster, the town where Ed Miliband is an MP.
Mr Farage told an event in Westminster today that Ukip would have "an honest conversation with the British public about the cost-of-living-crisis" - an area that has been a focus for Mr Miliband and Labour.
He also admitted that his party's hefty manifesto for the 2010 election may have been a mistake, saying:
"I do feel that the manifesto as it was in 2010, 486 pages of it, was perhaps not the right way to approach politics."
Today EU leaders voted to back Jean-Claude Juncker as new president of the very powerful EU commission, which looks like business as usual.
In Essex the potential damage Ukip could do to Miliband's Downing Street elections is clear. He is there listening to voter's concerns.
The EU parliament is about to welcome the most Eurosceptic and right-wing intake in its history.