Standing against Her Godnessness in Maidenhead perhaps.
Pity he doesn’t do it actually.
So we throw a party. A joyous, optimistic thing. Not political. Celebrating unity. 28 days long, each day ‘hosted’ (food, drink costume) by one of the member states. We have bands, and comedians, and writers, and thinkers, and artists, and designers.
And to deliver focus, and urgency, and to frame the contrast with the nation at large, and to make the party a national event, we stand a candidate (Jo Maugham QC) in Maidenhead against Theresa May. Jo has a good national media profile as a campaigner against tax avoidance and on Brexit.
Because the entire costs of the 28 days of parties come out of his allowable election expenses.
Why is that these clever people who think they can plan national life can’t in fact plan their way out of a wet paper bag?