Peter Jones

Lord Heseltine could launch a Farage-style fight-back

Lord Heseltine’s electrifying hair once whipped the party faithful into paroxysms of euphoria. But since today he sees his hopes of staying in Europe finally squashed, he is a shrunken, diminished figure, and low lie his leonine locks. Let Dikaiopolis restore their vibrancy and bounce.

Dikaiopolis was the hero of a Greek comedy composed by Aristophanes in 425 bc.

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