Labour's endless lies about UKIP and the NHS are a sign of their total desperation, was the message from UKIP's health spokesman, in response to Any Burnham's recent allegations that the anti-EU party want to privatise the NHS.
Burnham's claims came as a two year-old video emerged of Nigel Farage speculating the UK should consider an American style health insurance system.
UKIP have become increasingly angry at Labour for distributing leaflets claiming Farage's party want to charge people for seeing their GP, a charge strongly denied, while they point out that Labour has done more to privatise the NHS than any other party.
Louise Bours MEP, UKIP's health chief said:
"Not only is it a downright lie to say we want to privatise the NHS, it is also the height of hypocrisy coming from the party responsible for giving £10bn of NHS money a year to profit making investors.
"Just today we hear that Milliband is the most unpopular Labour leader in history, even among his own supporters.
"What Labour don't seem to understand is that policies develop and change over time, and the comments he is relying on to lie to the public are two years old.
"I'm baffled as to why he doesn't understand that policies can change, since his own party have changed so many of their own.
"Last year they reversed their child benefit policy, a year ago they were calling it racist to reduce immigration, in the last couple of months they have reversed their policy of not wanting to renegotiation with the EU.
"I welcome these changes, if they are genuine, and that is what politics is about – developing policies as circumstances and public opinion changes.
"That is called democracy, no wonder Labour don't recognise it."