Former UKIP Stockton North Parliamentary Candidate Mandy Boylett (left) thought parodying Baddiel and Skinner's anthem "Football's Coming Home" would be a great idea. One wonders what she's thinking now...

Former UKIP Stockton North Parliamentary Candidate Mandy Boylett (left) thought parodying Baddiel and Skinner’s anthem “Football’s Coming Home” would be a great idea. One wonders what she’s thinking now… Incidentally, if you look at the bar at the bottom, seven seconds really is the furthest This Writer could get through it.

Why are campaigners in the EU referendum campaign lining up to shoot themselves in the foot?

Two people who might have been better off literally doing so are the perpetrators of the music video that follows. Clearly grassroots ‘Out’ campaigner and former UKIP candidate Mandy Boylett thought it would be a good idea but, well… See for yourself:

According to the Huffington Post, she wants to enter it for the Eurovision Song Contest. That’s not a joke!

The song’s YouTube page has garnered a fair number of interesting critiques.

Jaw Ji wrote: “I don’t know where these two are from, but I think we should build a wall around it.”

How about this, from Mikasa Pinata:”Go home UKIP, you’re drunk.”

Or this tweet from David Baddiel, who performed the original Football’s Coming Home with Frank Skinner and the Lightning Seeds:

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Bless.

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