Moderates do not realise what they have to gain from Boris Johnson winning big

There has been much wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth over the alleged non-availability of an acceptable voting option in the upcoming general election. Quite remarkably, two former Prime Ministers have failed to endorse their own parties and a top billing 90s actor has returned from oblivion to join the campaign trail. They advise the British public to vote strategically, hoping for a hung parliament as the only route out of the dark chasm that is life outside of the EU.

Even the Financial Times has bizarrely refused to endorse a party, claiming that ‘none of the above’ is the only sensible choice in a field comprised of a radical Marxist on one hand and a populist isolationist on the…