UB40 reunited? Not likely folks!
Any Oasis fans hoping that the warring Gallagher brothers would kiss and make up should beware '“ the future of the country could be at stake.
Jeremy Corbyn believed that his leadership campaign had received a boost when 80s hitsters UB40 endorsed the commie sympathiser’s re-election battle.
However, despite the Midlands reggae-lite combo’s maximum THATCH kudos in being named after an 80s unemployment form, a power struggle to rival the brothers Miliband was already under way.
Ali and Robin Campbell have been operating as rival versions of UB40 following a split more acrimonious than the rift between Ed and Dave (no, not the chirpy Cockney ‘Rabbit’ duo).
So to actually register in the public consciousness might take some PR chicanery – perhaps badly eating a ham sandwich (or passing the Dutchie on the right hand side).
And as if music couldn’t imitate politics enough, Ali’s place in the Corbyn-supporting team has been taken by a third Campbell brother, Duncan. All we need now is for a new candidate for the Labour leadership to emerge – the long-forgotten, music- loving third Miliband brother, Steve.