For over twenty years - since the the political demise of Margaret Thatcher - British politics has been gripped by an unwillingness to confront reality.
Many areas of politics became subject to prima-facie taboos where the political parties simply avoided discussion of such areas as EU membership, mass immigration, financial stability, taxation and the NHS.
Instead, emphasis was placed on 'niceness', 'fairness', 'diversity', etc.
As the existing parties crowded ever closer together and ever more detached from reality and the electorate, this opened the way for political change and the rise of new political parties.
BRITISH POLITICS - GENERAL
ORDER & LAW