Nigel Farage today announced UKIP would go after Ed Miliband in his Doncaster seat as part of a campaign to win a 'good number' of MPs in 2015.
The UKIP leader told critics who think his party has peaked with last night's victory in the European elections 'you ain't seen nothing yet', as he announced plans to launch new party policy in the Labour leader's backyard.
With 11 regions declared, UKIP has won more than 27 per cent of the vote, electing 24 MEPs, leaving Labour and the Tories to battle it out for second for the first time in 100 years.
EU leaders are rapidly drawing up plans to send some of their stocks of Russian gas back to Ukraine and other eastern European countries that need it, if Vladimir Putin reacts to western sanctions over the Crimea crisis by starving the continent of energy.
Russia’s largest gas producer, Gazprom, said on Friday that Kiev had missed a deadline to pay $440m for gas received in February and threatened to cut off the country’s supply if it did not make the payment.