An extraordinary 'first' is on its way - a British government and a Commons united in opposition to an ECHR instruction to allow convicted prisoners to vote. By the end of November, the UK must either comply or risk Euro opprobrium.
Whilst many are prepared to say 'to Hell' with the ECHR and simply ignore the deadline, Parliament could instead comply and allow the vote for prisoners convicted of just one particular indictable offence, one for which no-one has ever has ever been imprisoned. This would satisfy the terms of the order. My candidate would be to give the vote to all prisoners convicted of wearing armour in Parliament contrary to the Bearing of Armour Act 1313. Yes, it's a real statute.
And it would leave the ECHR spluttering in rage and indignation. Job done.