This must be one of the most interesting and contentious Euro Elections I can remember and that’s for one reason, UKIP. Mr Farage has, almost single handedly, made this election far more important than the normal run of the mill Euro Elections. He’s managed this miraculous feat by offering what none of the main parties really want. The chance for the citizens of the UK to have a say in the continued membership of the United Kingdom in the EU. (I know David Cameron has made noises about an EU referendum but he did that before the last general election and nothing came of it. I believe that even if the Conservatives win in 2015 – or 2014 – they’ll[…]