For what it's worth, I thought Chris Mounsey didn't come off as badly with Wiggy as others have written. Still, all of us have a life, and I understand fully Chris' reasons for closing the vastly entertaining DK down.
Trying to get libertarians into a formal political party must be a bit like herding cats, and LPUK's membership is certainly not reflective of the vast number of Britons who would describe themselves as libertarian to some degree. Wiggy failed to realise that as Cameron felt obliged to attack libertarianism in coded words in his manifesto launch, LPUK's birth signalled a significant cohort of public opinion that the political class can't ignore.
As I've said before, I'm no libertarian. But I'm infinitely closer to their position than I am to Stalinist Statism, and so I'm genuinely sorry to see Chris' wings clipped.