Among the things Ritchie does know about:
English politics might wait a long time for something like the SNP to come along. Until long after they have gone, maybe.
Single issue party succeeding in English politics?
What’s scary about it is that this suggests that no deal is Labour’s best hope. And I regret to say it, but in party political terms it probably is. As I was told by an influential member of Corbyn’s team in March 2016, Brexit was a Tory fight and Labour just needed to watch it out to win from it.
That was a position grossly negligent in political terms. But nothing has changed as far as I can see. That’s what Labour are doing. It’s a plan predicated on a no deal. And it’s predicated on chaos. And that Labour can win from this. Which is thought to be a price worth paying.
He’s talking about we do it, we don’t, what’s the deal or no deal because Ukip won or lost?