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UK Unthirldom Pairty
Abbreviation UKIP
Leader Nigel Farage[1] MEP
Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall MEP
Chairman Steven Crowther
Deputy Chairman The Earl o Dartmouth MEP
Diane James MEP
Foondit 3 September 1993[2]
Precedit bi Anti-Federalist League
Heidquarters Lexdrum House
Newton Abbot, Devon
Youth wing Young Unthirldom
Membership  (Mey 2015) Increase 47,000 [3]
Ideology Euroscepticism[4][5]
Richt-weeng populism[6]
Economic liberalism[5]
Breetish unionism[7]
Poleetical poseetion Richt-weeng[8]
European affiliation Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe
European Pairlament group Europe o Freedom an Direct Democracy
Colours          Purpie, yellae
Hoose o Commons
1 / 650
Hoose o Lairds
3 / 821
European Pairlament
22 / 73
Naitional Assembly for Wales
7 / 60
Northren Ireland Assembly
0 / 108
Lunnon Assembly
2 / 25
Local govrenment[9][10]
488 / 20,565
Scots Pairlament
0 / 129
Polis an Crime Commissioners
0 / 40
Directly-electit Mayors
0 / 17
Website
www.ukip.org

The UK Unthirldom Pairty (UKIP, Inglis: UK Independence Party, /ˈjuːkɪp/) is a Eurosceptic an richt-weeng populist poleetical pairty in the Unitit Kinrick.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "UKIP Rejects Nigel Farage's Resignation". Sky News. Sky UK. Retrieved 11 Mey 2015. 
  2. Hunt, Alex (10 October 2014). "UKIP: The story of the UK Independence Party's rise". BBC News. Retrieved 29 October 2014. 
  3. Farage, Nigel (UKIP Leader) (Mey 15, 2015). Victoria Derbyshire (UKIP Membership update May 2015) (Television programme). London: Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Two via RobinHoodUKIP's channel on YouTube. 
  4. Robinson, Chris (13 Julie 2010). Electoral Systems and Voting in the United Kingdom. Edinburgh University Press. p. 203. ISBN 978-0748627509. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 Wolfram Nordsieck. "Parties and Elections in Europe". parties-and-elections.eu. 
  6. Abedi & Lundberg 2009, p. 72; Jones 2011, p. 245; Dolezal 2012, p. 142; Liebert 2012, p. 123.
  7. Farage, Nigel. "'Ukip offers a new kind of unionism,' claims Ukip's Farage", The Belfast Telegraph, Belfast, 14 September 2015. Retrieved on 19 September 2015.
  8. Tournier-Sol 2015, p. 147.
  9. Keith Edkins (16 Mey 2016). "Local Council Political Compositions". Retrieved 30 Mey 2016. 
  10. Thanet District Council. "Find your Councillor and Ward". Retrieved 30 Mey 2016. 

Soorces[eedit | eedit soorce]

Abedi, Amir; Lundberg, Thomas Carl (2009). "Doomed to Failure? UKIP and the Organisational Challenges Facing Right-Wing Populist Anti-Political Establishment Parties". Parliamentary Affairs. 62 (1): 72–87. 
Dolezal, Martin (2012). "Restructuring the European Political Space: The Supply Side of European Electoral Politics". Political Conflict in Western Europe. Hanspeter Kriesi, Edgar Grande, Martin Dolezal, Marc Helbling, Dominic Höglinger, Swen Hutter and Bruno Wüest (eds). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 127–150. ISBN 9781107024380. 
Jones, Owen (2011). Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class. London and New York: Verso. ISBN 978-1844678044. 
Liebert, Ulrike (2012). "Civil Society, Public Sphere and Democracy in the EU". Rethinking Democracy and the European Union. Erik Oddvar Eriksen and John Erik Fossum (eds). Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 112–142. ISBN 978-1136490903.