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Following on from the least favourite British politician, who is your favourite?

My favourite current politician has to be Nigel Farage
Previously it was Dr Ian Paisley (DUP)

What about you guys?
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Following on from the least favourite British politician, who is your favourite?

My favourite current politician has to be Nigel Farage
Previously it was Dr Ian Paisley (DUP)

What about you guys?
Not British but Gerry Adams
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Not British but Gerry Adams
Interesting, you from Ireland then!
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Interesting, you from Ireland then!
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None of them
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David Beckham
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Dan Hannan.
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From Labour - John McDonnell
From the Conservatives - David Davis
From the Liberal Democrats - Charles Kennedy
(Formerly from) UKIP - Nikki Sinclaire

So, I have a fondness for politicians that are despised or ignored by their respective party's leadership.
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boris johnson, if only for the entertainment factor!
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I quite like Tristram Hunt. But that's just from his books, not his politics.

My favourite MP is rogue Liberal Democrat Julian Huppert.
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Certainly not Boris Johnson; he is a extremely right wing, yet people fall for his lovable buffoon persona so badly it's painful
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You seem like a bit of a **** then[/QUOTE]

I am from Northern Ireland, which may help explain things!
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in no order it would be daniel hannan, nigel farage and, if he were still alive, tony benn (yeah, I know, he was a radical leftist but I have to ignore that fact)
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Ed Millipede.

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Farage.
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Ed Miliband is funny (to laugh at :teehee:)
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Ed. Balls.
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Andy Burnham. He's done marvellous work for the families of the Hillsborough victims. A rare beacon of light amid a cloud of broken promises.
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Step foward, Mr Dennis Skinner
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Frank Fields
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