The end of the UKIP

Today is awash with news that the UK Independence Party (UKIP) may be forced out of business if it has to pay back hundreds of thousands of pounds it obtained from an ineligible donor. What a terrible loss to British politics that won't be. A group once fronted by the rabid egomaniac Robert Kilroy Silk and with political leanings slightly to the right of the Daily Mail has accepted money from a retired bookmaker who apparently wasn't on the electoral register in the UK, making him unable to donate. So now the Electoral Commission is taking legal action to get the money paid back. As one might expect from people whose main policy is moaning about how bad everyone else is, especially foreigners, UKIP don't like it one bit. Hopefully bankrupcy will shut them up forever.