It is highly unlikely that UKIP will win the general election. The main two parties are Labour and Conservative. So, because it seems also unlikely that either Labour or Conservatives will actually will an absolute majority - a coalition is likely to be formed. It's interesting that a UKIP/Conservative coalition hasn't been discussed. (I don't personally support this whatsoever, but it's interesting that there hasn't been a discussion on it.) Labour and UKIP - is also, for a final time, also unlikely (their differences are further apart then the current Lib-Dem/Conservative coalition.)
Tonius5 you are absolutely right well done. BNP are Nazis but BNP and UKIP are completely different. SwozzatdWizatd I think it says something that Americans know more about British politics than you. Green Party? More like a joke party.
GabeLipworth- Of you understood about the HS2 you would realise that on the surface it looks good but is really just a vanity project and a waste of our tax money. If it was privately built than that would be fine.
"Also we have to put our own people first"- Well its a good point apart from the fact that the only reason people come here is because there home countries are poor. Do u know why countries like India/Pakistan are poor? Because Britain Colonized them in the 1800s and that's fine, But if the UK is going to say people who moved to the here are not allowed as much rights as Brits- when Britain made their home countries poor due the invading them, don't u think that's a bit stupid? I mean if u go to there country surly they can come to yours.