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 continue with Monty Python’s Four Yorkshiremen.  We concede that it’s not a song, and that the men in it are in black tie.  But they represent the spirit of triumph over adversity that inspires the Workers Party.  And our selection’s been a bit South East-centric so far…

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