Douglas Carswell posts on a 'Soap Box' article he has in PR Week in which he says:
"Voters want to be represented by someone who does not merely toe the Westminster line. They want someone to go to Westminster and redraw the lines."
Which basically is what the Albion Alliance wish to achieve - MPs who will put country before party, who will ignore their party whips, thus ensuring that they truly represent their constituents and their country.
In voting for a candidate that will ensure voters are granted that which the three main parties have promised and reneged on - namely a voice on our continued membership of the European Union - such a candidate truly will be placing country before party.
When all is said and done, is that not what elected MPs are supposed to do - enact those laws their electorate want?