UKIP today announced plans to leave their current headquarters in Devon and move to a new, purpose-built head office in London. This proposal, originally scheduled for 2020, has been moved forward thanks to the thousands of bricks sent to their Freepost address during the European Election Campaign.
“I’m utterly delighted with the country’s support for our idea,” UKIP Leader Nigel Farage said today. “Thanks to their generous donations of bricks, we now have enough for a four-storey building on a brownfield site we have identified in Central London. Work will start as soon as we can persuade our members to have anything to do with something brown.”
Architectural plans for the building are unavailable at this time, but UKIP promise a design in keeping with their ethos and values. Mr. Farage was coy on the style of the building, but assured it would be memorable. “This will be a return to the great days of British design, echoing immense citizens such as Brunel and Wren. I’m also pleased to say it will be environmentally friendly – as along with bricks, we have also received enough excrement to coat the entire building in wattle and daub.”