I should think Tory chief whip Patrick McLoughlin will have a seizure when he reads THIS Observer profile of the Conservative candidate for Chippenham, Wilfred Emmanuel Jones - who styles himself as The Black Farmer. He's certainly, er, a character!
In the interview he calls David Cameron a 'posh git', says he doesn't like William Hague as he turned down a speaking invitation, praises George Galloway and Dennis Skinner, and says he doesn't like the whipping system. Well, you certainly couldn't accuse him of talking politician-speak.
I don't know Wilfred well but I've met him a few times. He's always fascinating to talk to and a real enthusiast.
But is this refreshing talk from a new kind of politician, or the remarks of someone who doesn't know how to be a team player?