– Earthquake heartbreak – focus on Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg.
– UKIP aims for further wins as the big three struggle.
– Allister Heath: It’s hard to be optimistic about the future of UK politics.
– Ryan Bourne: UKIP is not a creation of the media – it is a reflection of voter disaffection.
– Stephan Shakespeare: Our fragmented future: Why we’re now in an age of coalition politics.
– Business leaders demand new deal with EU (also in Daily Mail).
– Mrs Farage: Nigel drinks and smokes too much (also in Daily Mail).
– Farage tells rivals: You ain’t seen nothing yet.
– Neil Hamilton: I’ll be back in the Commons for UKIP.
– A normal bloke? Farage is a consummate politician, claims PM.
– Analysis: UKIP have torn up the map.
– Paul Goodman: Why Cameron isn’t the most damaged by Farage’s triumph.
– Miliband blasted by Labour MPs who say party faces disaster over Europe.
– Patrick O’Flynn: Why I felt it it was my patriotic duty to stand for UKIP.
– Editorial: Have mainstream parties finally got the message?
– Cartoon: It’s a political earthquake caused by UKIP.
– Obliterated in Europe. Facing mutiny in his party. And poll shows Clegg will lose his seat in a General Election. The face of a leader at bay.
– My people’s army is on march. Farage aims to take Newark off Tories, then it’s the Labour heartlands.
– ‘Elitist’ Ed is heading for disaster say Labour MPs.
– Dominic Sandbrook: Brussels elite stunned by a right (and left) hook.
– Max Hastings: Over half the country opposes Red Ed, but he could still end in No 10. What a pitiful travesty of democracy.
– Richard Littlejohn: A change is gonna come. Don’t bet on it.
– Cartoon: It’s Mr and Mrs Farage, Prime Minister – come to measure the carpets and curtain.
– Farage sets his sights on Labour heartlands.
– ‘Gutted’ Clegg vows to fight on.
– UKIP donor boosts funds for Newark.
– Farage left seething over party set up by ex-MEP.
– Rachel Sylvester: Power would annihilate the people’s army.
– Cartoon features Nigel Farage.
– John Hutton and Alan Milburn: Stop kowtowing to UKIP. Immigration works.
– Ian Traynor: Banquet will offer wounded EU leaders a hard-to-digest set of courses.
– Farage plans to take fight on to Labour leader’s home turf
– Labour split over how to win back alientated voters.
– Tom Clark: A familiar protest – but this one may well stick around
– Cameron to block move to ally with Merkel rivals
– Clegg faces fight for survival after European disaster.
– Cartoon: One man band.
– Editorial: This was less a mindless lurch to the far right than a warning that ‘ever-closer union’ may have to be rethought.
– John Curtice: Unpopular big three give UKIP room to manoeuvre.
– Donald Macintyre: Farage makes hay while the goldfish cling to the blanket.
– Sun Says: Heads in Sand.
– Leaders slated for ignoring voters. Milband is savaged on border policy. Now will EU listen?
– Trevor Kavanagh: London is out of touch with rest of UK (no link available at present)
– ‘Immigration often hits the working people of Britain the hardest‘, says Simon Danczuk, Labour MP for Rochdale.
– Cameron urges EU leaders to change tack after populist rout.
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