There are certain character traits evident in many of our UK politicians that leave a great deal to be desired. Some mannerisms are easier to swallow, or dilute, than others. For example, whilst I recognise the likes of Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson are virtually the equivalent of affable Sith Lords spreading a cancerous evil among the plebeians they feed on at night, they are at least affable. There is a certain amusement to be found in their quaint, bumbling awkwardness. Entertainment value, if you will.
Then, there are politicians like Michael Foster. A man who claims to be a member of the Labour Party, who has just put himself forward as a candidate for Islington North – the same constituency as the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn. Four weeks before a general election – perhaps the most important general election this British public shall know in their lifetimes.
“I love the Labour Party…
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