Matthew Norman of The Independent has already got a bit speculative over a future relationship between The Sun and UKIP:
It now seems inconceivable that he (Murdoch) will back David Cameron in a general election, and given that he has warmed to neither Ed Miliband nor the Lib Dems, this leaves two options. He must either order The Sun to abstain or come out for Nigel Farage, who best reflects his feelings on Europe, in a brazen effort to avenge himself on the entire political establishment and shift those tectonic plates.Of course, Kavanagh's 'Europhobic' slur on UKIP shows that The Sun is not exactly a staunch supporter right now. But it is an intriguing possibility going forward. And after all, there is only one Party speaking about properly restricting immigration, sticking two figures up to the ECHR to boot Abu Qatada out and arguing for EU withdrawal. All things that go down very well with The Sun's readership.