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Your six most Liked politicians in the UK active today watch

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    Caroline Flint.(Quite fancy her actually)
    Vince Cable.(eminently sensible and humane)
    Theresa May(Yes honestly)
    Nigel Farage.(He is not swayed by spin and genuine believes his politics, although he is slightly *****y)
    Jim Murphy.
    Gordon Brown.

    (Represent the decent old fashioned Scottish Labour values best)
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    (Original post by SaucissonSecCy)
    Caroline Flint.(Quite fancy her actually)
    Vince Cable.(eminently sensible and humane)
    Theresa May(Yes honestly)
    Nigel Farage.(He is not swayed by spin and genuine believes his politics, although he is slightly *****y)
    Jim Murphy.
    Gordon Brown.

    (Represent the decent old fashioned Scottish Labour values best)
    I forgot about Jim Murphy! Will have to edit mine xD

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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    I'll re-do mine methinks

    1.Danny Alexander
    2. David Laws
    3. Lynne Featherstone
    4. Nick Clegg
    5. Douglas Carswell
    6. Jim Murphy

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    And all the lib dem ones are gone!


    The Liberals are doomed! doomed I tell ou!
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    And all the lib dem ones are gone!


    The Liberals are doomed! doomed I tell ou!
    *cries*

    Nick's still there.....

    Lynne Featherstone was my MP, until everyone voted in a horrid Labour candidate. Ah well

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    1 - Anna Soubry for being Thatcher v2
    2 - Vince Cable for being a good cabinet member
    3 - Boris Johnson for showing politics doesn't need to be serious
    4 - George Osborne for being glorious
    5 - Alan Duncan for being the leader of CWF and one of the faces of modern British libertarianism
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    1. Nigel Farage.
    2. Boris Johnson.
    3. Michael Gove
    4. William Hague
    5. Can't think of anyone.
    6. Dennis Skinner
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    peter bone - basically the Nigel Farage of the Conservative party. hugely likable, despite voting against his own party 100 times. straight talking too
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    alex salmond - a very confident person
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    (Original post by Schrödingers Cat)
    Erm let me think about this one.....

    Oh.........wait no all politicians are ******s
    How do you justify that?
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    Anybody who has mentioned a respect for David Starkey in this thread doesn't deserve the time of day.
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    Anyway, mine in no order:

    Andy Burnham
    David Laws
    Jim Murphy
    Vince Cable
    Ben Bradshaw
    Dave Nellist
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Anybody who has mentioned a respect for David Starkey in this thread doesn't deserve the time of day.
    I strongly disagree with him on a number of views- notably Europe. But I do have a lot of respect for the guy for arguing his point well and for tightly criticising people who make statements lime the ones you've just made. WHY should David Starkey not be respected? Why is his view wrong? Etc
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    I strongly disagree with him on a number of views- notably Europe. But I do have a lot of respect for the guy for arguing his point well and for tightly criticising people who make statements lime the ones you've just made. WHY should David Starkey not be respected? Why is his view wrong? Etc
    He's the Oxbridge answer to Katie Hopkins. Interestingly, I don't actually disagree with him on a number of things - but each time he is on TV, he uses it as a propoganda tool to rile and incite.
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    Iain duncan smith -
    the truth is, you have to be tough to be fair. and he seems to genuinely want to help people even if he takes the tough approach
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    Politicians are all DLB (dodgy lying *******s) apart from Farage. Peter Hitchens isn't a politician so he doesn't count
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    Peter Hitchens for benevolent despot!
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    In order of preference it would go:
    1.Douglas Carswell
    2.Suzanne Evans
    3.Nigel Farage
    4.Steven Woolfe
    5.Daniel Hannan
    6.George Osborne
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    (Original post by BloodandThunder)
    Politicians are all DLB (dodgy lying *******s) apart from Farage. Peter Hitchens isn't a politician so he doesn't count
    You know what's even cooler than using acronyms? Having to explain them afterwards.

    And how are all other politicians more dodgy or deceitful than Farage?
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    (Original post by ibzombie96)
    You know what's even cooler than using acronyms? Having to explain them afterwards.

    And how are all other politicians more dodgy or deceitful than Farage?
    Who would know that acronym (I didn't make it up)? Farage voices traditional torry views because he has no party line to pull, no centre ground to fight for. They are a protest party, Farage is a hero
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    George Galloway. The media may present him as crazy but he speaks a lot of sense.
    He predicted the Iraq war andwas the only one that had the guts to stand up to tony Blair. He lost a lot of respect because he openly critises the system but I personally think he's the only politician who knows what he's talking about
 
 
 
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