I know they're just the BNP, but played for laughs, but who at UKIP thought it would be a good idea to use Chumbawamba as their conference theme song?
Former singer Dunstan Bruce is fuming over the politician's unauthorised use of the pro-anarchy song and admits he will consult lawyers if it continues.It was Chumbawamba, Farrage. Why would you think that there would be common ground?
He tells Britain's The Guardian, "This song being used by Ukip is so wrong. I am absolutely appalled that this grubby little organisation are stealing our song to use for their own ends. It's beyond the pale and if they use it again we will consider legal action."
Chumbawamba star Alice Nutter adds, "If ever there was gross misuse of a band's music this is it."
Mind you, can you really defend a song about anarchy by going to the courts?