Your 6 least favourite politicians in the UK

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    Mine:

    1: Emily Thornberry
    2: Shami Chakrabarty
    3: Jeremy Corbyn
    4: Ian Duncan Smith
    5: Jacob Rees Mogg
    6: Liam Fox

    All for being caricatures of their various political tribes and being insufferably smug and self righteous. Additionally chakrabarty and Fox are corrupt and should be in jail. Corbyn and IDS are in their own ways regressives and are both utterly unfit to have any position of power.

    Honourable mentions go to Boris, Abbot and Farage who whilst I disagree with them and not think much of them do at least make me laugh on occasion.
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    (Original post by Davij038)
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    Mine:

    1: Emily Thornberry
    2: Shami Chakrabarty
    3: Jeremy Corbyn
    4: Ian Duncan Smith
    5: Jacob Rees Mogg
    6: Liam Fox

    All for being caricatures of their various political tribes and being insufferably smug and self righteous. Additionally chakrabarty and Fox are corrupt and should be in jail. Corbyn and IDS are in their own ways regressives and are both utterly unfit to have any position of power.

    Honourable mentions go to Boris, Abbot and Farage who whilst I disagree with them and not think much of them do at least make me laugh on occasion.
    Why Rees Mogg?*
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    (Original post by Bornblue)
    Why Rees Mogg?*
    Insufferably smug, thinks he speaks on behalf of the entire people and has also been caught out with undisclosed lobbying donations which would have compromised his brief as part of a committee.

    He's also an ardent social conservative and I don't particularly care for religion or the monarchy.
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    Corbyn
    Abbot
    Sturgeon
    Salmond
    Vaz
    Chakrabarti
    If elected mayors were included
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    Very tough choice (in order of most annoying).

    1. Nigel Farage
    2. Iain Duncan Smith.
    3. Jeremy Corbyn.
    4. Liam Fox
    5. David Davis
    6. Boris Johnson
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    Emily Thornbury - just represents , to me, everything that is shot about the modern left. Her and others snivelling, wretched, pathetic attempts to claim they are in any way a party that represents the lefts socialists roots infuriates me.

    Micheal Gove - a snivelling little snot monster. That is all.

    Jeremy Hunt - his NHS reforms are a ridiculous waste of time, money and good will, unless of course the intent is to destroy the publics faith in doctors and their union. Also I work in his constituency and have met him. He is, unsurprisingly, a total nob.

    Alistair Campbell - spin, spin and more spin, bleurgh. Also the way he talks about New Labour being the ultimate government makes him in particular look like a fool because, in my experience, much of peoples political disenchantment really started to gain a foothold during the late 00's.

    Boris Johnson - I don't like how he acts like a buffoon in order to disarm people, allowing him to push through some of his pretty reprehensible politics while the press is all enthralled by his stupid hair.

    (Bonus) Nigel Farage - I cant think of even one remotely redeeming feature of this, thing, the sooner he ****s off the better.
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    Jeremy Corbyn
    Diane Abbott
    Emily Thornberry
    Nicola Sturgeon
    John McDonnell
    George Osborne
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    Dianne Abbot
    John McDonnell
    Nicola sturgeon
    Michael Gove
    Emily Thornberry
    Angela Eagle


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    Nicola Sturgeon
    Jeremy Corbyn
    Angela Eagle
    Ruth Davidson
    Michael Gove
    George Osborne
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    (Original post by mojojojo101)
    Emily Thornbury - just represents , to me, everything that is shot about the modern left. Her and others snivelling, wretched, pathetic attempts to claim they are in any way a party that represents the lefts socialists roots infuriates me.

    Micheal Gove - a snivelling little snot monster. That is all.

    Jeremy Hunt - his NHS reforms are a ridiculous waste of time, money and good will, unless of course the intent is to destroy the publics faith in doctors and their union. Also I work in his constituency and have met him. He is, unsurprisingly, a total nob.

    Alistair Campbell - spin, spin and more spin, bleurgh. Also the way he talks about New Labour being the ultimate government makes him in particular look like a fool because, in my experience, much of peoples political disenchantment really started to gain a foothold during the late 00's.

    Boris Johnson - I don't like how he acts like a buffoon in order to disarm people, allowing him to push through some of his pretty reprehensible politics while the press is all enthralled by his stupid hair.

    (Bonus) Nigel Farage - I cant think of even one remotely redeeming feature of this, thing, the sooner he ****s off the better.
    What the hell? Boris is a top man?!
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    (Original post by Davij038)
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    Mine:

    1: Emily Thornberry
    2: Shami Chakrabarty
    3: Jeremy Corbyn
    4: Ian Duncan Smith
    5: Jacob Rees Mogg
    6: Liam Fox

    All for being caricatures of their various political tribes and being insufferably smug and self righteous. Additionally chakrabarty and Fox are corrupt and should be in jail. Corbyn and IDS are in their own ways regressives and are both utterly unfit to have any position of power.

    Honourable mentions go to Boris, Abbot and Farage who whilst I disagree with them and not think much of them do at least make me laugh on occasion.
    Tony Abbot??
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    Any 6, apart from Bozza.
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    Emily Thornburry - queen of champagne
    Dianne Abbott - racist *****
    Ed Miliband - polpus, out of touch, typical labour toffy tosser
    Nicola Stugeon - surgeon...and butcher of the union
    Alex Salmond - thomas the tankengine
    Natalie Bennett - deflating australian moron
    Maria Miller - corrupt cow
    Hillary Benn - stupid woman's-name-donning hypocrite - daddy would be ashamed
    Stephen Kinnock - go back to sucking your dad's dick you privileged ass
    Johann Lamont - ****ing SNP clown who sounds like she's got a dick in her mouth when she talks
    David Cameron - lying opportunist tory silver spoon *******
    Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Jack Straw and the rest - money-juggling war criminals
    Tim Farron - literally, he looks like a south park canadian when he speaks - ****ing head flapper. homophobe too.
    Nick Clegg - betrayer and back stabber
    any member of the house of lords
    any politician that uses the term "national interest"
    Angela Eagle - embodies the stereotype of sneering dyke (I don't say that with any irony after tim farron's description)
    Sadiq Khan - shariah law advocate under the guise of feminism - stupid terrorist-defending scoundrel too

    they all deserve to go to hell. but there are so many of them in our political system!
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    Tony Abbot??
    DIanne abbott
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    Diane Abbot (possible racist, not nice to look at)
    Jeremy Corbyn (nice guy, i'm sure, but his policies are dangerous)
    Leanne Wood (slimy and overall leftist)
    Nicola Sturgeon (undemocratic)
    Emily Thornberry (her performance last night on Question Time was embarrassing)
    Caroline Lucas (drug decriminalizer, pro-abortion, the bad side of libertarianism)
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    Jeremy Hunt
    Michael Gove
    Nigel Farage
    Boris Johnson
    Theresa May
    Amber Rudd
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    The Islington set (Corbyn, Abbot, Thornbury - the later two are the epitome of the sneering left)
    IDS (the most incompotent welfare minister we have ever had)
    Farron ('equidistance' is not a thing, he's so wet)
    Farage (hides who he really is)
    Sturgeon (in past centuries, she'd have been hung for treason)
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    (Original post by Joel 96)
    Jeremy Corbyn (nice guy, i'm sure, but his policies are dangerous)
    Not trying to start an argument here, but which policies are you referring to?
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    (Original post by Mactotaur)
    Not trying to start an argument here, but which policies are you referring to?
    If you're going to be a prime minister, there is always the possibility of having to go to war. I'm afraid that Corbyn, being the pacifist he is, who also wants to get rid of our deterrent, would not be able to take us through a situation of that magnitude. I consider him dangerous in that respect.
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    Only six? I really struggle to fit 6 disliked politicians on my list, easily 6 for each party.
 
 
 
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