Can't think of a suitable headline for this story - UKIP kind of leave me speechless.
I saw in the local paper that their parliamentary candidate for St Albans (above left with the lovely Nigel Farage) is taking credit for getting the lights' phasing changed at the Peahen junction.
So I went over to his website to have a read of what he's been up to. An entry entitled "Take off your skirts" caught my eye. Here he writes: "the wearing of skirts as school uniform could be illegal under the new Equality legislation that Harriet Harman is trying to force through Parliament at the moment."
OK, obviously that's not true. The point at issue is actually whether it is right for schools to force girls to wear skirts, as opposed to giving them a choice to wear something else, say trousers.
But here's Mr UKIP's comment: "Where does it all end? Trouserless boys schools? Compulsory frocks at Harrow? Burkhas for everyone?"
Excellent. Get this man a seat in parliament.