Kelvin MacKenzie claims London supports rest of UK

One party not standing in Thursday's elections is the Southern Party, who could speak for the millions of people living in London and south east of England, claims a former newspaper editor.

Kelvin MacKenzie presents his party political broadcast on behalf of the wholly-fictitious party, where he reckoned Londoners were treated "like a piggy bank" by the rest of the country.

He said Londoners work harder than those in the rest of the UK, and five London boroughs provide more stamp duty than the rest of the country put together.

North south claims debate: Kelvin MacKenzie and Mike Smith

Watch more clips of films and interviews; 'like' us on our Facebook page; watch the Sunday Interviews with Andrew Neil, follow us on Twitter or watch programmes from the last seven days on BBC iPlayer

BBC News