Of course Margaret Thatcher was the most influential woman of the last 70 years.
She brought about the enormous transfer of economic, social, cultural and political power from Daniel Blake to his tormentors, who before her had not existed at all.
Yes, the tellingly unopposed election of Philip Davies to the Women and Equalities Committee is ridiculous. Philip Davies himself is ridiculous.
The Women and Equalities Committee itself is ridiculous.
When is it going to look into the lack of working-class people on public bodies in rural areas, or the impact of public transport cuts on the physical and mental health of the disabled in those areas?
Oh, and what is this Women's Equality Party that is apparently so important despite never having been elected to anything? It is even more overexposed than UKIP, and at least that is not treated with uncritical deference.
But this election is also a very great deal worse than merely ridiculous.
It hands over issues such as male suicide, men's health, and fathers' rights to those whose economic and other policies caused the problems, and who accordingly still worship at the altar of Margaret Thatcher.