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Experts identify secret of Reform Party’s success

Following its unexpectedly strong showing in the Kingswood and Wellingborough by-elections, experts think they have identified the secret of the Reform (formerly Brexit) Party’s success.


“We’ve run the numbers, carried out surveys and focus groups, and the answer is clear. What appeals to the British public is to have one policy, which is to call for something that’s happened already.”


It’s thought this insight might be capitalised on by other parties, who may start declaring themselves in favour of colour television, the 1944 eruption of Vesuvius or the last ice age.


”Of course, one shouldn’t discount the appeal of the name Reform, which appeals to everyone’s vague sense that things could be better without the tedious necessity of spelling out how, or how you would achieve it.


“And let’s not forget, these were by-elections, in which a seaside donkey standing for the Less Fat Children Party would probably get votes if it seemed like a risk-free way to give the government a kicking.”






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bdbdab
Feb 20

Sad but true.

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