I'm undecided between the two, but i'd probably support the UKIP over anything in the UK.
The Conservative Party are exceptional. They've managed to raise the minimum wage, whilst cutting the deficit, reducing welfare and lowering taxes. For too long, Britain has relied too much on its welfare, which has contributed to a lack of social mobility. I certainly don't advocate the abolition of the welfare state, but I think that increasing the minimum wage is a huge step toward bringing people out of poverty. The Tories have made greater strides with the minimum wage than the Labour party, which is actually quite surprising. As someone who lives a British Colony, the British Government is exceptional, and I would go so far as to say that I would actually be happy if Prime Minister Cameron were our Prime Minister also.
While I would Rather the Greens, SNP, Plaid Cymru, or the Scottish Greens in most cases, I am increasingly liking Labour now that Jeremy Corbyn is the leader. Jez we can!
Conservatives have doubled the number of homeless, killed 2380 all in the name of welfare reform.