Nigel Farage is always an interesting phenomenon, but the thing about the Brexit Party was that the clue was in the name. Everyone knew what it meant. There was nothing like today's obvious question, "Reform what?"
And support for Brexit was a popular policy. Although it has a following, opposition to the lockdown is not, and if the Liberal Democrats went through with voting against it on Wednesday, then any vacancy would be filled.
Still, the offer stands for Farage, and for one of his supporters in each of the six Red Wall areas (the three Northern regions, the two Midland regions, and North Wales), to become weekly columnists on my new magazine: email@example.com.