Gerald Howarth, a Thatcher worshipper, pictured above (looking like something around him smells bad), who was until 2012 some sort of junior bag carried in the War Office, but was sacked and given a knighthood for having to be replaced (all of this despite very dubious expense claims which he was eventually obliged to pay back), is making waves. He says his constituents are "fed up to the back teeth" with the government (well, who isn't), because they have failed to deliver on their promises. Aye we noticed that too.
So he (the Howarth character), has suggested that Cameron must scrap the equal marriage bill, cut overseas aid, cut even further on immigration, scrap human rights, and return to Tory values.
The muddle headed prime minister who seems to be about as much in charge of his government as I am of the United Nations, has said that he will publish a bill on a referendum for coming out of Europe, although it seems to me more like a neverendum (everyone dissolves into gales of laughter) seeing as it won't happen anytime in the next 3 years...
He further said that Tories should be allowed to stand as "Conservative and Ukip" candidates if they could win the endorsement of Mr Farage's party.
Mr Farage yesterday raised the spectre of a potential Conservative-Ukip 2015 pact, saying: "If David Cameron gets removed (sic) and somebody else was (sic) put in place who wanted to come and talk to us and say 'Shall we find an accommodation?', we'd consider it. (He's not brilliant with the English language, is he, but then he is French so I suppose he's excused.)
So that's interesting, isn't it? The next government of the UK could be a UKIP/Tory alliance under, say, Michael Gove, Tessy May or Boris Johnson, with a party that considers Scots to be whinging bagpipes waiting for their next fix of English money.
If we didn't heavily subsidise the rest of the UK, it would probably be funny.
Who could possibly want to stay in the UK with this as their potential future?