Written by Luna Webster
UKIP faced embarassment this morning as it was found that their website had disappeared – leaving only a domain hosting page in its place.
It is unconfirmed as to how this happened but online speculation is that UKIP simply forgot to renew their domain name.
The domain was selling via GoDaddy for £185. On Twitter, people discussed buying the domain themselves to create a parody site for the party, but nobody seemed prepared to spend quite that much to poke fun at Farage.
UKIP have now bought the domain name back, but the accusations of a lack of proffessionality within the party remain.