UKIP: The First 100 Days was shown on Channel 4 last night. It was set later on in the year after the General Election, which had been won by UKIP. The programme followed UKIP Deepa Kaur during the first 100 days of a UKIP government and the introduction of some of their policies.
I found the programme quite disappointing. I think the programme could have been split into two, with one half looking at a UKIP government where things would well and the other half looking at where things would go badly. However, by the end of the programme, I was not sure whether the programme was about UKIP and what they would do if they formed a government, what politicians do to stay in the media or a family dispute; the latter two certainly didn’t seem to do too much to try to examine how a UKIP government might act.