Reacting to news that Ministers want to use emergency powers to block a report on HS2 that may find the project to be in danger of failing, UKIP Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall described the episode as an example of "shoddy politics".
"The Project Assessment Review should be published, and it should be published now.
"The fact that we have Cabinet Ministers seeking to block this report on HS2 demonstrates the cloak and danger approach the government is taking to this whole project and transparency in general.
"Rather than being open, frank and honest about the many potential difficulties that HS2 is going to face, the government are seeking to bury that bad news. It is shoddy politics."
This is a Chancellor who has got his priorities wrong. He promised in 2010 that he would focus on cutting the deficit and reduce debt but under him the Government will have borrowed £198 billion more than he pledged.
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage comments: "The Government are desperately trying to bury the news that they are blocking any debate on the removal of restrictions to Bulgaria and Romania by delaying the vote on the Immigration Bill on the same day as the Chancellor's Autumn statement.
“This cut in subsidies for onshore wind farms is a political stunt by a Government desperate to appease the large numbers of voters sick of turbines despoiling the British countryside'" says UKIP Energy Spokesman Roger Helmer MEP.
Two more Alan Bown Constituency Polls today show UKIP surging in the Great Grimsby and Dudley North constituencies.
Reacting to David Cameron's admission that the government won't meet immigration targets, UKIP Leader Nigel Farage said that the Coalition's policy was always based on "a wing and a prayer" given that they have no control over EU migration.
The Prime Minister's trip to China exposes how Britain is constrained from being a global power by the EU, according to UKIP Leader Nigel Farage.
"It is frankly absurd that while Iceland now has a free trade agreement with China, Britain, despite being one of the world's largest economies, must act via the EU.