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    Theresa May is cool. She's right to cut immigration, right to say foreign students should go home after their degree is done (UK grad jobs for UK students only please) and right to give the intelligence services more power. Next Tory leader as well. Has to be her rather than that buffoon Boris.

    I'd put Dianne Abbott as one of my least favourites. You can't claim you're working class and play that card then go to Cambridge and send your kids to private school. Galloway's appalling anti-Israel views are worth a mention so those two for me, not sure who else, many of them are take it an leave it. Perhaps anyone from the SNP. Disgusting anti-English party.

    Farage best UK politician at the moment.
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    Just thought we'd have a nice thread talking about which politicians UK we dislike the most. They must either be an MP or in the House of Lords, or an MEP.

    1: Home Secretary Theresa May: utterly incompetent and slightly nasty. From the sound of it , she's matched in this by Philip Hammond

    2: Harriet Harman: seems to the root of the divisive, petty point scoring that is so predominant leader. She seems to have passed this on to many MPs noticeably Douglas Alexander, somebody with barely a splinter of spine IMO

    3: my local mp Rehman Chishti: a labour mp who defected to the Tories in 2010. Out of "deep moral convictions". More interested in photoshoots and sucking up to Cameron than getting anything done.

    4: mp mark reckless: a thoroughly dishonest and unpleasant man, even before ukip. Even many ukip voters in the area can't stand him.

    5: David Cameron: for being a spineless muppet and taking the Conservatoves out of the EPP.

    6: that lib dem MP that's acting like Galloway and doing the je suis Palestine crap. The only lib dem that really deserves to lose their seat IMO.

    Disclaimer; Nigel farage, George Galloway... I find them too entertaining to actually dislike personally, although I hope both remain as question time personalities and have no influence outside of that.

    So you think they should lose their seat because because they say "je suis Palestine"? ._.
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    (Original post by R Dragon)
    So you think they should lose their seat because because they say "je suis Palestine"? ._.
    He is purposely conflating the events in Paris with the plight of Palestine. It was an attack on freedom of expression, not on Israeli policy.

    Whilst he is free to express his views, I think they are wrong gor the reason I have given.
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    He is purposely conflating the events in Paris with the plight of Palestine. It was an attack on freedom of expression, not on Israeli policy.

    Whilst he is free to express his views, I think they are wrong gor the reason I have given.
    Holy crap, dude free speech or whatever crap, the aftermath in Paris resulted in what? 12 deaths?

    Whereas children are constantly dying in Palestine, all it takes is to be human. I think he's awesome for taking such a stance which many (like yourself obviously) oppose for reasons that are incomprehensible. Is it so bad to mourn the death of children, holy crap I need to take a deep breath
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    (Original post by R Dragon)
    Holy crap, dude free speech or whatever crap, the aftermath in Paris resulted in what? 12 deaths?
    Oh well that's alright then. They killed people because of a cartoon. THIS HAS NOTHING to do with Israel.

    It's as ridiculous as If the IDF went, oh well we may have killed a lot of Palestinians but we lost 6 million people in the holocaust. These events are non sequitur.

    Whereas children are constantly dying in Palestine, all it takes is to be human. I think he's awesome for taking such a stance which many (like yourself obviously) oppose for reasons that are incomprehensible. Is it so bad to mourn the death of children, holy crap I need to take a deep breath
    He is quote right to talk about it. But there's a time and a place.

    It's like if your mum died of cancer and I went "oh well in Africa they've got Ebola which is so much worse"

    Clegg and other politicians have spoken of their displeasure of Israel. They do not need to wait for an international tragedy to show their views.
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    Oh well that's alright then. They killed people because of a cartoon. THIS HAS NOTHING to do with Israel.

    It's as ridiculous as If the IDF went, oh well we may have killed a lot of Palestinians but we lost 6 million people in the holocaust. These events are non sequitur.



    He is quote right to talk about it. But there's a time and a place.

    It's like if your mum died of cancer and I went "oh well in Africa they've got Ebola which is so much worse"

    Clegg and other politicians have spoken of their displeasure of Israel. They do not need to wait for an international tragedy to show their views.
    Ah, so when it comes to Palestine, there is a time and place.... but otherwise it's free speech? ._.

    Regardless, Mr Ward (the MP you speak about) posted the tweet on the 13th, a few days after the shooting. A grim reminder that even though the Paris shooting has subsided, children are still being murdered in other parts of the world.

    I take into account your point, but I think children take priority for me atm, as such I sympathize with Mr Ward
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    1. Owen Patterson.
    Where do I start? The man is anti science, a climate change denier, matt ridley's brother in law, a rational optimist and I think actually genuineley unintelligent to boot. 'The badgers have moved the goal posts' - no Owen - **** off. Oversaw the merging of the Department for the environment with Food and Rural affairs - Departments which have literally opposimg objectives whioch means theres now pretty much no government protection of the environment and we have to send academics there on sabbatical to keep an eye on them. Probably my least favourite person in the world never mind politician.

    2. Liz Truss. For carrying on Owens dirty work and previously working for shell

    3. Boris. We don't need a garden bridge, ken thought of the bikes long before he did and air pollution is only getting worse. Total inability to take any decisive action, awful man who has somehow convinced everyone his politics are centrist when actually he's further right than the vast majority of the Tory Party.

    4. Farage. For stirring up anti EU sentiment and blaming immigrants for everything. Although given it was the current government that paved the way for this with their scroungers and immigrants rhetoric.

    5. Diane Abbott. Seriously someone get that woman as far away as possible from politics. Most hypocritical politician that ever lived. Can't believe she is whining about the mansion tax, horrible London centric disgusting excuse for a politician.

    6. Steven Williams, MP for Bristol West. When we were protesting the fees rise he told us he wanted to speak to his 'real constituents'. Bear in mind this bloke only got in off the back of the student vote...
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    Really? Khans the only labour minister I actually have any time for, he's certainly the most principled.
    Yeah Khan is pretty much the only proinent London MP I actually like. I hoping he'll run for London Mayor...
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    David Cameron.
    Gregory Campbell.
    Jeremy Hunt.
    Michael Gove.
    Peter Robinson.
    George Osborne.

    Shockingly, only 2 NI MLAs on the list. (Gregory is also a MP.)
    Instead of hating Nick Clegg and Ed Milliband, I feel sorry for them.
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    Simon Hughes (dhimmi)
    Nick Clegg (liar)
    Emily Thornberry (condescending ****)
    Ed Balls (buffoon, not in a good way)
    Ed Miliband (far-left background, don't trust him, bad leader)
    Theresa May (wants to ban international students from staying in the UK without jumping through hoops)

    I generally like Theresa May and in 2010 I loved Nick Clegg (when I was still a kind of socialist-type). I'm biased in particular against her international students policy though (my girlfriend is an international student).
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    Miliband - a weak sycophant who won't protect British sovereignty . almost set himself on fire, can't open a door and got bullied by small children

    chuka umuna - totally useless and has no personality

    harriet harman - has strong connections to pedophiles and pedophile organisations

    mark reckless - silly name and should have changed conservatives from within instead of defection

    Emily Thornberry - nasty vile woman who dislikes anyone that works hard and loves their country

    Catherine Ashton - unelected nobody but somehow forced the lisbon treaty on britain
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    (Original post by L i b)
    That's an extraordinary and down-right mental accusation to make. I appreciate this is the internet and saying shocking things is fairly standard here, but I really thought better of a discussion like this.
    See RFowler's post after your own for some examples. He has thrown millions of people who were relying on state support into penury, and then tried to suppress evidence that brings this truth to light. He has blindly charged through with his saintly golden reforms that the Daily Mail and the Telegraph hail as amazing, but in the real world, in our towns and cities, the truly deserving poor are cast away like refuse in a long-term strategic plan to privatize everything under the sun and **** anyone who isn't rich. If I remember correctly not even Cameron can shift him from the cabinet after trying to get him away behind the scenes. He's determined to stay in that post and continue destroying lives, to make up for his failed spell as leader that eats away at his soul by crushing the pitifully weak beneath him. In interviews he can barely contain his glee at the lies he spins to make up for the black pit that he was given instead of a heart. He is the runt in the playground tipping the kid in the wheelchair over because he's crap at football and the lads are laughing at him.

    A man who has disabled people frisked and rigorously searched, and then armed guards point guns at them whilst they tried to plead their case in an apparently democratic institution(https://beastrabban.wordpress.com/20...trusts-no-one/) because really he knows what he a cockroach he is deep down and what the people of these islands really think of him.
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    1. Ed Miliband
    2. Edward Milliband
    3. Eddie Milliband
    4. Edmund Milliband
    5. Eduardo Millibande
    6. Edmodo Millipede.
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    Farage best UK politician at the moment.
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    Dianne Abbott : Are standards in UK so low these days that someone like this piece of turd can be a politician?
    Ed Balls : Hot air mostly.
    Nick Clegg : Useless, spineless and always on the wrong side of things.
    Ed Miliband : Not too different from NC.
    George Galloway : This man is an embarrassment.
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    (Original post by Moosferatu)
    See RFowler's post after your own for some examples. He has thrown millions of people who were relying on state support into penury, and then tried to suppress evidence that brings this truth to light. He has blindly charged through with his saintly golden reforms that the Daily Mail and the Telegraph hail as amazing, but in the real world, in our towns and cities, the truly deserving poor are cast away like refuse in a long-term strategic plan to privatize everything under the sun and **** anyone who isn't rich.
    Again, this is truly mental. You're making out that a British government minister is something akin to Attila the Hun crossed with an SS corporal.

    I remind you that his department within the UK Government spends hundreds of billions of pounds every single year on providing even the poorest in our society with a decent standard of living. This dwarfs what we spend on things like defence or transport.

    What you've put forward is, in its purest form, a tinfoil-hatted conspiracy theory. That somehow, the government - in a liberal, democratic country - is wanting to kill poor people. For what end? Who knows. When? On some indefinite, long-term 'strategic plan'.

    A man who has disabled people frisked and rigorously searched, and then armed guards point guns at them whilst they tried to plead their case in an apparently democratic institution(https://beastrabban.wordpress.com/20...trusts-no-one/) because really he knows what he a cockroach he is deep down and what the people of these islands really think of him.
    You've gone from conspiracy theories to easily dispelled lies. Here is a freedom of information request to the Metropolitan Police on the subject - many of them were received as a result of these entirely false blog posts, so an investigation was conducted.

    The outcome was clear: it's made-up--

    The issues that you refer to in your request were raised by others
    following the meeting in the Wilson Room on 9th December 2013. A police
    firearms supervisor subsequently conducted an enquiry to establish the
    circumstances of the reported incident both prior to and during the
    meeting. From the result of this enquiry I am able to report the
    following:-

    Firearms officers are never posted into committee rooms. They would only
    go into a committee room if they were required to respond to an incident
    requiring the deployment of armed officers.

    The only police officers that are deployed into committee rooms for such
    meetings are always non-firearms officers. Their purpose is solely to
    ensure that the meetings are allowed to be carried out without any
    disturbance or disorder.

    On the day in question, interrogation of CCTV shows that armed officers
    were deployed on their usual routine patrols within Portcullis House. The
    only time that armed officers were close to any disabled members of the
    public was for a brief moment when they walked past the Wilson room. The
    CCTV footage from that time showed that the officers had their weapons
    pointing away in a different direction from where the public were waiting
    in the first floor corridor of Portcullis House.
    In the opinion of the
    firearms supervisor, the carriage of the weapons was conducted in the
    required and approved method.


    I'd suggest you think about this for a second. You've lied about a government minister, impugned the integrity of the police and parliamentary officials, and made Britain sound like a fascist state with disabled people held at gunpoint.

    Saying things like this is serious. Incredibly serious. Yet people like you merrily throw around this dangerous rubbish like it's small talk at a drinks reception. That's a shameful way to behave - and yet you think you have grounds to make disgusting accusations again respected institutions who have behaved entirely properly?
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    David Cameron
    George Osbourne
    Theresa May
    Nigel Farage
    Nick Clegg
    Danny Alexander

    What a horrible list of people.
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    (Original post by democracyforum)

    Emily Thornberry - nasty vile woman who dislikes anyone that works hard and loves their country
    Am I missing something? Or are you calling someone 'nasty' and 'vile' on the basis of a three word tweet?
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    Dennis Skinner - Done nothing in 40 years except insult George Osborne a few times. completely out of touch with everyone in britain.
 
 
 
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