LABOUR is to change way it elects its leader in the hope it will result in the election of a leader.
The party has drawn up radical reforms after its last two leadership elections went horribly wrong.
Ed Miliband, the winner of the most recent ballot, said: After the Scottish person, we hoped we would learn from that ghastly mistake. But no.
My campaign started out as a practical joke on my brother.
But then I realised I could help him by being the person you were obviously not supposed to vote for.
No-one was more horrified than me when the unions gave me their support. As I stood on the conference stage, basking in my victory, I was thinking, oh dear god, this is awful.
He added: Now, because of the Conservatives, Im probably going to win the general election and embark on an utterly disastrous premiership.
But recent history tells us that will not be enough to prevent something like me happening again and again.
By introducing one-member-one-vote the party can be sure it will always be led by a right-wing middle class Englishman.
Who thinks hes Jesus.