I see that Paul Nuttall has been elected leader of the UKIP party; an accolade somewhat akin to being crowned one-eyed king in the land of the blind. This "little-Englander" is a History graduate and ex-footballer and claims that climate-change is a "hoax", so much for his academic qualifications then. It's almost like the educational establishment he attended did't value "evidence" as a way of finding out what's true. Hold on, I read he attended Europe's only "ecumenical" university, i.e. a religious school, seeking evidence for your position was probably frowned upon, plucking opinions out of your arse with no basis in reality on the other hand. Nuttall is a Christian (Catholic) and seems to lean to the right of that organisation, he cares passionately that women shouldn't be allowed to terminate pregnancies, but once the child is born all bets are off, he wants the death penalty back and smoking re-introduced into pubs, that'll be nice for us all again, I was always partial to a lick of oesophageal carcinoma with my pint.
We shouldn't worry though, UKIP may well get an infeasible number of votes compared to their contribution to the average IQ of our nation but when faced with the important question of what lasts longer, a UKIP leader or a Rowntrees fruit pastille we all know the answer to that one.