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Ukip Win Local Election, Lib Dem Implosion Continues.

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Slowly, quietly, UKIP replace tories as the true face of conservatism, and unseat a libdem in doing so.

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/08/UKIP-Win-Worthing-By-Election

Yesterdays result (change on 2012)

UKIP: 568 (+298)

Tory: 485 (-20)

Libdum: 242 (-459)

Liebour: 197 (-65)

Green: 49 (n/a)

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Slowly, quietly, UKIP replace tories as the true face of conservatism, and unseat a libdem in doing so.

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/08/UKIP-Win-Worthing-By-Election

Yesterdays result (change on 2012)

UKIP: 568 (+298)

Tory: 485 (-20)

Libdum: 242 (-459)

Liebour: 197 (-65)

Green: 49 (n/a)

I think there were eight council by-elections last Thursday and the Lib Dems only stood in half.

As their activist base implodes their ability to fight elections is diminishing all the time.

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Poor old Nick Smegg, no wonder he's looking quite jaundiced all the time.

He's presided over the complete annihilation of his party.

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Why is it that I find the thought of Farage representing an irrelevant small island very appropriate.

Pretty relevant to me, given I'm living on it.

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