Yes Serf. That's sensible. But with Hague overseeing the whole thing, we're stuffed. How will any potential MEP want to go through anything like the appalling deception that Hague has put up for months pretending to be even-handed in dealing with EU matters, only to come out threatening deselection to anyone who dares to speak openly about EU corruption.
Unless Hague goes, we're finished in the Euro Parliament. Cameron's flunked the EPP decision, which is stupid of him, but Hague has twisted the knife into Conservative backs. He will not be trusted again.
If we want an electoral future in which we actually believe, Hague's gone.
He's wasted too many of our years already. Here he is doing it all over again.
For killing off the spirit of Conservative democracy in the Euro Parliament, Hague must swing. If Hague goes, then many would give Cameron another chance. Especially if he brought in Fox. If Roger Helmer, the only Conservative brave enough to challenge the corruption visible in the EU Commission, is being thrown to the wolves, something is very wrong within the Cameron regime.