NIGEL Farage and IKEA have formed a party called UKEA in a last-minute bid to create a majority government.
Farage said: “UKIP and IKEA share many values, including an unswerving commitment to irritating national stereotypes and a dedication to making anyone who comes within 200 metres of us question their sanity.
“By making a deal with IKEA, we have made a bold statement about our openness to foreigners, especially blue-eyed, blonde ones with loads of money.”
Legislation allowing parties to merge with large chains was introduced by Gordon Brown is 2010 when he sought to form a coalition with sandwich vendor Subway.
If elected, UKEA’s first act would be to turn the Houses of Parliament into a flagship showroom with the Commons’ signature green benches replaced by POÄNG armchairs in a birch veneer.
Farage added: “I did not know that IKEA’s founder was linked to fascists. But I have a feeling that we might be able to work around that.”