On Monday, Robert Halfon suggested in the Sun that the Conservatives be renamed “the Workers’ Party, the party that speaks for the aspiration of hard-working people and has the policies that count to help them”.
So today, we’re celebrating his proposal of the Party’s name with a series of tunes you will be required to warble at the autumn’s Party Conference. The leader’s speech will be preceded by a communal sing-song led by the Party Chairman.
We open with “Any Old Iron,” sung by Harry Champion, the man who made it famous. It was composed by Charles Collins, Fred E. Terry and E.A. Sheppard.