Theme: Political Ideas | Content Type: Book review

Review: One Party After Another. The Disruptive Life of Nigel Farage, by Michael Crick. Simon & Schuster.

Mark Garnett


Samuel Pollard

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When Nigel Farage became leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in September 2006, Britain seemed set for an indefinite stint in its self-adopted role of ‘awkward partner’ within the European Union (EU). Very few politicians in the mainstream parties considered British withdrawal to be politically ‘thinkable’. Yet, within a decade a majority of those voting in a referendum on EU membership had declared in favour of UKIP's raison d'être.

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    Mark Garnett

    Dr Mark Garnett is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University.

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