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Saturday, 15 May 2010

UKIP: A selection of pictures from Nigel's campaign album

Nigel starts the election campaign with a prayer. But who to?

Nigel and Malcolm share some quality time together on the terrace of the House of Commons.

Nigel and Annabelle Fuller electioneering in the Slapper Arms.

Nigel receives some unwelcome news from Gypsy Pat.

The gypsy is not intended to be Petrina Holdsworth. Honest!

David Bannerman brings a whole new meaning to canvassing for votes!

An OLAF official fails to disrupt Nigel's campaign to become Fuhrer of Buckingham.

Lord Pearson unveils UKIP's General Election campaign poster.

Nigel 'borrows' £50,000 from Stuart Wheeler's donation to UKIP.

Nigel's new book is launched. It later sells over a 100 copies!

Nigel and Annabelle 'discuss' UKIP policy in the privacy of her hotel bedroom.

Nigel takes time off to meet the Queen.

Nigel rushes back to Brussels for an important appointment with a Miss Victoria Aurelie Whiplash.

Nigel is told that John Stevens is likely to get more votes.

Nigel's new election makeover is not a success.

The odious Paul Nuttall reacts with delight to the news that Lord Pearson may donate some money to their campaign fund.

What ho chaps. Time to take to the air for some ruddy fun!

Nigel airborne!

Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines.

They Go Up, Tiddly, Up, Up.

They Go Down, Tiddly, Down, Down.

They Enchant All The Ladies And Steal All The Scenes

With their Up, Tiddly, Up, Up

And They're Down, Diddy, Down, Down.

Nigel suddenly takes a drop in the polls. Or was he hoisted by his own petard?

I say, old chap, do you think I will now get the sympathy vote?

And meanwhile in Suffolk ........ John West reacts badly to the news that Nigel Farage has survived the crash.

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