AN unholy alliance.
AN unholy alliance between Tories and an extreme right-winger will be a test of David Cameron's vow to change his party for the better.
Conservatives in West London have seized power with the support of a councillor sentenced to six months prison for actual bodily harm against a black police officer at a St George's Day rally.
Phil Andrews, a former member of the National Front and a Holocaust denier, now sits on Hounslow council's ruling executive.
Andrews, convicted in 1986, is supposed to be responsible for community safety in a multi-racial patch of the capital.
The six-strong Isle worth Community Group he founded formed an alliance with the Tories to keep out Labour.
The NFer once stood for Parliament and, according to Searchlight magazine, backed a Trojan horse strategy under which the far right infiltrated mainstream politics.
Labour MPs and trade unions plan to ask Cameron some awkward questions and I look forward to the answers.