Make Question Time with Nigel Farage slightly bearable with our drinking game
Nigel Farage unfathomably makes his 32nd Question Time appearance tonight. This drinking game might get you through it
The last leader but five of a party of a party with no MPs and which controls no councils will take up his regular seat tonight on the BBC's flagship current affairs show.
His appearance has sparked a backlash on social media, with some wondering if the Question Time studio is Ukip's only safe seat.
So to get New European readers through it, we've created a drinking game to numb the pain of listening to the seven-time failed MP perform his greatest hits once again.
The rules, such as they are... One phrase: A pint of a good old-fashioned British ale, made at a British brewery, in a glass with a crown emblem and a name like Old Scrote Complete a line: Line your stomach with what Farage would call a PFS - a Proper ***ing Supper - a Scotch egg washed down with a bottle of supermarket red wine Complete the board: Bad luck! You've passed the initiation and are now Ukip's new leader.
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Appearing alongside Farage on tonight's Question Time are Conservative arch-Remainer Ken Clarke, Labour's shadow Northern Ireland secretary Owen Smith, businesswoman and Apprentice alumna Michelle Dewberry, who has defended Farage's appearance, and Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya.
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