The Conservative party will mount an air strike and troop invasion of Eastleigh should the town be recaptured on Thursday by the Lib Dems.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said that the party was also targeting UKIP insurgents who had moved into the town in recent days.
UKIP's leader Nigel Farage, who survived an air crash at the last general election, is believed to be avoiding the air space around the Hampshire town.
Hague said that the women and girls of Eastleigh 'would not prosper under a women hating UKIP regime nor be safe from harassment by the Lib Dems'.
After what he sees as his successful intervention in Libya and Syria, David Cameron is said to be gung-ho about taking Eastleigh.
'The prime minster is determined to recapture Eastleigh, even if it means flattening the place to the ground,' said a spokesman from deep within a Downing Street bunker.