Monday, 16 February 2015

100 Days Too Late

No one would now bother to commission a programme about a UKIP victory at a General Election.

The idea of more than three UKIP MPs is now recognised as execrable, and that of none as perfectly reasonable.

There could never be a more pointless exercise than to try and replace the British Tories, whose minimum of a third of the vote and of 200 MPs is the most abiding political feature in the world.

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