Hard to imagine really. Three very unlikely bed fellows.
But their is one common factor which unfortunately has nothing to do with improving anything for the electorate but I guess could be seen as fun for those involved. If they all join up they can give the Conservatives a cuffing.
They can dismantle effective ways of working because …… they just can. Power to do mischief, to disrupt, to change anything and everything and all under the false banner of improving things. I can see the temptation after being in a non effective opposition role for a long time but …………. I thought delivering for the electorate was much more important. Not anymore it seems.
Have a look at the electoral map for Norfolk. http://elections.norfolk.gov.uk
A quick glance of the political map and you would be forgiven for thinking the Conservatives would be in charge, with a Conservative leader. But no. It seems that all the protest parties have joined together to elect a Labour Leader??????? So, a split Conservative vote, by UKIP has resulted in a Labour administration. Worse, LIb Dems, who are pro EU, are now in the Cabinet. How many of the UKIP voters would have wanted that I wonder.
This is always the danger of mixing protest votes against central government with local politics. Still, the people of Norfolk can now sit back and enjoy the coalition of the left, ultra right and the can’t make their minds up. Oh Dear.