Paul Nuttall is the current leader of UKip. He is an MEP and is standing for MP in Stoke Central a seat left vacant when Tristram Hunt Labour quit for lucrative pastures new.
So if he wins that election he may be an MEP, Party Leader and MP. In theory he could hold all three positions in a money or power grab.
Yes he does not like the EU but is happy to rake the money in.
Like former UKip Party leader Nigel Farage Nuttall is quick to complain about the EU gravy train extolling the virtues of the UK leaving the EU but he is just another hypocrite.
As a UKip man leaving the EU may have had little to do with excessive and costly European bureaucracy and all to do with immigration and right wing policies.
Nuttall is a practising Catholic. He was born in Bootle Liverpool in 1976.
His semi Liverpudlian northern accent may appeal to some working and middle class voters or have the reverse effect.
In March 2015 Nuttall stated that "Twelve per cent of Catholics have already indicated that they are going to vote, or have already voted, UKIP. On moral issues, we, more than any other political party, are more in line with Catholic thought. Whether it's on gender-choice, abortion or same-sex marriage, we are absolutely 100 per cent behind the Catholic Church."
He is anti-abortion and is a member of the United Kingdom's largest pro-life organisation founded in January 1967.
He is in favour of the death penalty reportedly for serial and child killers.
He claims to support the NHS but check out footage at the end of the report for his true view.
His LGBT views are a mixed bag. "Upon becoming UKIP leader, Nuttall faced criticism from Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn over a lack of diversity in his appointments of all-white men to prominent positions within UKIP. Nuttall accused Coburn of "splitting hairs" as "I've literally appointed three people. If you want diversity, Peter Whittle, my deputy, is an open homosexual."
In 2014 he made the following controversial Tweet. "Tuesday is Emmeline Pankhurst Day, and whilst I am not going to throw myself in front of a horse to make my point about British democracy on this occasion, this is a vitally important constitutional matter and perhaps we should throw Sturgeon in front of a hunt horse as part of the commemorations."
He is trying to portray himself as a genial bloke, man of the people, but he is not.
UKip has its roots in the Tory Party. Check out their existing MPs, those who crossed the floor of the House of Commons from the Tory benches. They have gained ground on one or two issues the EU and immigration.
Sadly they have had some success winning over former Labour voters. They have used similar tactics to Trump in the USA. They claim to be outside of the establishment but are bank rolled by millionaire Aaron Banks and a few other fat cats.
David Cameron once referred to UKip as a party of fruit cakes, closet racists and loons.
Is Nuttall an honest man and worth your vote?
Currently UKip and Nuttall are using BRexit for political opportunism.
Theresa May and the Tory Party are ultimately responsible for deep divisions across the country caused by the EU referendum. Yet they are sitting pretty.
In 2015 demonising Laour Party leader Ed Miliband worked wonders and allowed the Tory Party to win the election.
Be very careful how you vote but make sure you use your vote.
UKip and Tory supporters will vote; make sure you do too.