For some reason, the UKIP manifesto has not had such a high profile today.
Key policies include:
* Leave the EU and negotiate a Swiss-style trade agreement.
* Offer a royal commission to "allow scientists to reach a conclusion about the facts and economic implications of global warming", adding that Ukip is "sceptical" about man-made global warming claims.
* A new flat tax at 31 per cent, including income tax and employers' NI, with the income tax threshold at £11,500.
* Large public spending cuts to reduce public sector to size it was in 1997.
* Increase defence spending by 40% (1% of GDP).
* Immediate five year freeze on immigration for permanent settlement, though allow immigration up to 50,000 a year after this.
* Pledge to "scrap political correctness in public affairs"
* Encourage new grammar schools, with selection through a new 'comprehensive test' at age 11 which would somehow ensure 'no return to the stigma of failing 11+'
At least three-quarters of those key pledges strike me as being music to the ears of Tory Bear, Tim Montgomerie of ConservativeHome and the other leading Tory bloggers.
The right's leading online voices are considerably more Eurosceptic and climate sceptic than the Tory party leadership.
Leaving aside their commitment to electing a Tory government, it would be interesting to know how much they disagree with UKIP's policy pledges, though no doubt the political strategy may be to press for a shift in that direction for the Conservative Party from within.