Diane James won the UKIP Leadership with 8,451 votes.
It is a tiny party, the purpose of which is as a star vehicle for Nigel Farage in order to drag the political debate to the populist Right.
But that is impossible without the star.
In any case, quite a different star has made his rather larger vehicle the populist vanguard these days.
It will not be UKIP that will have been responsible for putting workers' representatives on company boards, or for a crackdown on tax avoidance, or for a cap on energy prices.
That last was derided as Marxism when it was proposed by Ed Miliband. Are we all Marxists now? We are all something, and it has nothing to do with UKIP.