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monkeyman0121
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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.
I do not like politicians in general to have one that I hate more than the other means that the other must be not as bad. Sure some of them have good policies but 99% of them are in it for themselves. You can say that everyone would be but all I want is someone who would put more important interests ahead and would make everything stable. That would be called dreaming for the moment. (and one that does not lie or keep things hidden.)
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(Original post by paul514)
Yes only 6 and you managed to **** up 3 of them 😂


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haha just realised it says 'in the UK'

ill do both now

UK
(1) Tony Blair
(2)Theresa May
(3) Amber Rudd
(4) Boris Jhonson
(5) Patrick McLoughlin
(6) Jhon Mann
US
(1) Henry Kissinger
(2) Hilary Clinton
(3) George W. Bush
(4) Donald Trump
(5) Lyndon B. Johnson
(6) Debbie Wasserman Schultz
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1. Theresa May
2. Theresa May
3. Theresa May
4. Theresa May
5. Theresa May
6. Theresa May
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Davies, Davies, Davies, Davies,Davies,
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Hmm the amount Corbyn has featured and May hasn't, something wrong here.
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sturgeon
miliband
thornbury
abbot
chuka uma
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1) Ian Blackford 2) Nicola Sturgeon3)Joanna Cherry(First three seem to not understand that 'no' means NO)4) Jeremy CorbynA dangerous socialist who wants to leave the EU in name only5) John BercowThe most biased speaker in living memory6) Michelle o neill ( any sinn Fein MP for that matter)A horrid Irish nationalist who wants to ruin our UK. She refuses to take her seat in parliament yet whinges when other MPs vote in ways that she doesn't approve of.
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My six least favourite would be:
-- Chris Grayling (CON), because in spite of every inept decision he has made regarding the Midland Mainline (MML) electrification, the Seaborne Freight fiasco, Rail Franchising failures, new rolling stock being delayed, and knocking cyclists off bikes outside Parliament, he is still Transport Secretary. Have I Got News For You have labelled him -- twice in one series -- Britain's Biggest Donkey.
-- Jack Lopresti (CON), my local MP, who rarely listens to his constituents -- especially young people. In 2010 he said that he opposed gay marriage because it went against "family values". What did he do half a decade later? He had an affair.
-- Dominic Raab (CON), the former Brexit secretary, for somehow forgetting that the UK is an island, and that congestion around the Channel after Brexit might actually be a major issue.
-- Boris Johnson (CON), because he is a bumbling, incompetent, inflammatory buffoon, to whom we only listen because he was buddies with David Cameron at Eton. As Foreign Secretary, his highlights include reciting "Road to Mandalay" while visiting Burma/Myanmar, and potentially jeopardising Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's chances of freedom.
-- David Cameron (CON), for putting the unity of his party before the existence of the UK, and calling a referendum in an attempt to make his Eurosceptic colleagues shut up. Worse, after kicking the football through the window, he has legged it down the road, leaving everyone else to pick up the broken glass.
-- Finally, Theresa May (CON), firstly for the shambles of the Brexit saga (namely losing all leverage by declaring Article 50 before starting negotiations), and secondly for the vile "hostile environment" policy implemented while she was Home Secretary.
I only wish I could keep going.
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