EXCLUSIVE: 'I Didn't Vote for UKIP out of Protest at all'.

I fully agree with my fellow journalist and the Daily Express Political Editor Patrick O'Flynn in saying that as a result of the Local Elections the breakthrough made by UKIP is so significant that all three of the other mainstream parties will be forced to recalibrate their plans and policies for the 2015 General Election.

The fact of the matter is that whether Cameron, Clegg or Miliband like it or not this is not a protest but the dawn of a new era in British politics.

I didn't vote UKIP out of protest at all.

I did so because I am fed up with parties saying one thing in opposition, doing another thing in government and then having the cheek to try and do it all over again just to try and re-gain power.

Take Labour first.

In Government Tony Blair promised a Referendum on the Lisbon Treaty and after the 2005 Election ducked out.

If anyone mentioned a word about immigration under Labour they were immediately branded a racist yet now they are back in opposition all of a sudden its back on the agenda.

And now take Cameron's Conservatives.

In 2010 they promised a parliamentary right of recall and a British Bill of Rights yet as soon as they get into government they made the excuse that because they are in a coalition it will have to wait.

And now with two years to go to the next election its all of a sudden back on the agenda. Its like going round in circles.

Nigel Farage is a breath a fresh air and his party's success is a revolution that has been long in coming.

Long may it continue.