Who could take over UKIP now that Bolton is gone? Is UKIP doomed?
Could Henry Bolton be on his way out already? Is Nigel Farage set for a comeback?
On Friday, Henry Bolton was elected UKIP's new leader. Who is Bolton and what does he stand for?
UKIP have elected a new leader, Henry Bolton, but who has led the party in the past?
“Anti-Islam" Waters is currently the favourite to replace Paul Nutall as leader of UKIP.
Parliament returns on 5th September. What could happen in the coming months?
Eleven candidates are currently vying to be UKIP leader, but how might the voting system influence the outcome?
With eleven candidates in the race to succeed Paul Nuttall, let’s look at who they are and what they have done.
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are staying put – for now – but which other parties are holding leadership elections this summer?
With the party’s go-to leader having ruled himself out of UKIP's leadership contest, who will take over from Paul Nutall?
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