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Follow CNNStory highlightsConservative Party defector Mark Reckless brings UKIP a second by election win in two monthsOakley: Second successive UKIP victory makes it hard to predict the winner of upcoming General ElectionOakley: Reckless’ win an embarrassing blow for David Cameron, who threw kitchen sink at winning voteOakley: UKIP has successfully tied itself to the bandwagon of popular discontent with “establishment” partiesThe UK Independence Party, led by the pub clubbable Nigel Farage, has won a resounding second successive Parliamentary by election and sent British politics tumbling into an abyss of the unknown.Mark Reckless, the former Conservative politician who left the party for UKIP in September, won back his seat in Parliament Thursday in the Rochester and Strood by election that was triggered by his defection.UKIP is now more than just a fringe group thumbing its nose at the big parties: it is a wild card which can threaten all their prospects.Few political experts would claim at this moment to be able to predict the outcome of the next General Election, which will take place on May 7, 2015. And nobody knows how many of the protest votes UKIP has been gathering will stay with them when voters are deciding who will govern the country.But UKIP are still advancing: back in May, they won the European Parliamentary elections with 27 percent of the votes and 24 seats, the first time a party other than Labour or the Conservatives has done so.What seems almost inevitable is that there will be another “hung” Parliament after the General Election meaning no party will win an outright majority of seats. But this time neither Conservatives nor Labour look like being able to build a coalition government without doing deals with more than one other political grouping.Britain is likely to experience an unstable era of Scandinavian style politics where the chief preoccupation of the political class is not solving the problems of the nation, but putting together deals to enable any decisions to be taken at all.Reckless was the second former Tory to resign his seat and win his way back to Parliament in the purple colors of UKIP after Douglas Carswell had done the same in Clacton in October.