I was in two minds whether to write about UKIP's or, to be quite precise, its leader's recent silliness but the Boss did, in a manner that is quite mild for him. That porcine heart valve is having a strange effect.
Really and truly, what is the point of challenging the Boy-King who is the Prime Minister of this country (or EU member state, if we are being accurate) to a
On top of that Farage goes off to Sedgeley and tells the audience that he and UKIP (or so he says, but I expect a few resignations in the wake of this statement) are ready to form a coalition with the Tories after the next election (as a result of which there will not be any UKIP MPs if the party carries on in this way) if that means a free and fair IN/OUT referendum. You know which referendum - the one we are going to lose because money and energy goes towards campaigning for it instead of making the case for leaving and working out what is to be done afterwards.