Parliamentary arithmetic

I think I understand the Tory party’s thinking now. They’re using a special non-contradictory arithmetic where if you start with zero, and add x, you can get out any number you like.

Worked example: Take the number of UKIP MPs (0). Add the number of Tory MPs who aren’t speakers or deputies (305). Result: a working majority (greater than 322).

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