In local elections across England, the UK Indignance Party has made impressive gains running on a manifesto specifying no more than 'a general and de-focused outrage at the state of things'.
Exit polls showed voters were nearly entirely ignorant of and completely indifferent to any specific policy detail.
Party leader Nigel Farage said: "It won't do! Any of it! And we intend to change things. This election - which was, it should be said, in and of itself entirely unacceptable - this election shows that the people are not willing to sit by and accept the status quo, whatever that may be, and that we want things back the way they were at some unspecified time in the past, and we want it now!"
He went on to explain that the party was set to reject some of the votes it received on the grounds that the individuals failed to meet the undefined specifications for a UKIP voter.