A New Political Party has arrived on the British scene which is likely to sweep to power at the next election.
Think Tanks and Opinion Polls have together shown the way and leaders of UKIP and the Labour Party are joining to fight the next election with a brand new Party.
Nigel Miliband announced 'very popular' policies, including nationalisation of the Railways, the Energy Companies and the Banks. Ed Farage followed this with a dramatic initiative likely to win over many floating voters, upset by the flood or immigrants.
Described as a 'final solution' this shock policy will see immigration stop immediately with a five year plan to remove all immigrants from the UK to an unspecified place.
'This will deal with the Benefits scandal as there will be nobody to pay benefits to' explained Farage.
There is only one difficulty outstanding for the newly emerged Party.
What to call it? Front runner is the National Socialist Party, although it has been suggested that this name has already been used.
'We want to be distinct from the Nasty Party' explained Nigel Miliband 'and we have been advised that the Daily Mail will support a New National Socialist Party.'