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    The UK's Worst Prime Minister?

    I've just been watching David Cameron on the news am starting to think he's the worst PM we've had for as long as I can remember!

    I then thought it might be useful to sound out a few others on this so here's the list you can choose from, beginning in 1970 ...

    Edward Heath (1970 - 1974)
    Harold wilson (1974 - 1976)
    Jim Callaghan (1976 - 1979)
    Margaret Thatcher (1979 - 1990)
    John Major (1990 - 1997)
    Tony Blair (1997 - 2007)
    Gordon Brown (2007 - 2010)
    David Cameron (2010 - Present)

    In your view, who has been our worst PM in recent times?

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    Margerat Thatcher and David Cameron are undoubtedly the worst.

    Tony Blair isn't far behind.

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    Tony Blair I guess. Huge numbers of immigrants, Afghanistan, Iraq and the dodgy dossier/September dossier. The massive drive for diversity and Multiculturalism.

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    Whilst I agree with Tommy Atkins choice, the thread is about recent PMs so my vote has to go to the homosexual Heath.

    I read he was forever getting caught by the police hanging around toilets trying to pick up young boys, prime blackmail material to get him to start the process of the abandonment of Britain's sovereignty when he made us join the Common Market.

    Also, it was Heath who usurped the now vindicated Enoch Powell.

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    I thought these two covers of private eye quite amusing.

    I didnt read the first post properly and didnt notice it was for recent pm's......i cant really make a choice tbh,they are all so god awfull for different reasons....its like trying to pick out the worst song in the eurovision song contest.

    Ill plump for Thatcher...."milk snatcher".Mainly because along with the Russians she plundered a British war grave.....So much for the patriotic iron lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralf Rossa View Post
    Whilst I agree with Tommy Atkins choice, the thread is about recent PMs so my vote has to go to the homosexual Heath.
    Heath also abolished Northern Ireland's parliament and tried a power-sharing deal with the Irish Republic. This helped extend IRA brutality for another 25 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Britannia View Post
    Margerat Thatcher and David Cameron are undoubtedly the worst.

    Tony Blair isn't far behind.
    How the hell can you put Blair down as being better than Thatcher?

    Blair defends opening the door to mass migration and says it had a very positive impact on Britain
    Former PM said it was 'right’ that the country was made up of different cultures and faiths mixing together
    By KIRSTY WALKER


    'It's been a very positive thing': Tony Blair has defended Labour's mass immigration policy, saying it made the country stronger
    Tony Blair has defended Labour’s controversial mass immigration policy by claiming that Britain cannot succeed unless it opens its borders to more people from different backgrounds.
    The former prime minister said it was 'right’ that the country was made up of different cultures and faiths mixing together.
    Mr Blair added that migrants had made Britain 'stronger’ and said those calling for greater curbs on foreigners entering the country were wrong.
    His comments come just days after official figures revealed that the population is expected to soar by the equivalent of a city the size of Leeds every year for the next decade.
    A defiant Mr Blair insisted his party’s policy on immigration was the right one. He said: 'It’s been a very positive thing and there is no way for a country like Britain to succeed in the future unless it is open to people of different colours, faiths and cultures.’
    Under Labour, up to 5.5million people born outside the UK arrived as long-term migrants. (How did Thatcher equal this crime?)
    Between 1997 and 2010, around 2.3million left the country, meaning the UK population increased by around 3.2million as a direct result of foreign migrants.

    In an interview with Eastern Eye newspaper, Mr Blair said: 'The vision of a country of different cultures and different faiths mixing together is the right one.
    'That is not to say you don’t have problems at certain points, but those problems are to be overcome without losing the essence of what has actually allowed this country’s people to get on and do well.’

    Defiant: Mr Blair's comments about mass migration were branded shameless by critics
    His comments were branded ‘shameless’ by critics and are set to fuel claims that the huge increase in migrants under Labour were due to a politically motivated attempt by ministers to change the country.
    Two years ago, Andrew Neather, a former adviser to Tony Blair, said that Labour’ s relaxation of controls was a deliberate plan to ‘open the UK to mass migration’.
    He added that Labour wanted to rub the ‘Right’s nose in diversity and render their arguments out of date’.

    Deliberate: Two years ago, Andrew Neather, a former adviser to Tony Blair, said that Labour' s relaxation of controls wanted to 'open the UK to mass migration'
    Mr Blair added that the anti-immigration debate was one of the ‘past’. ‘I think the majority of people in Britain today are not prejudiced and can understand the benefits of migration.
    ‘I think what people worry about is where they feel there is no control over who comes in and there are no rules governing who comes in or not, and that is a different issue altogether.
    ‘It would be very unfortunate if by putting those rules into place, we view that immigration was a somehow bad thing for the country, because it is not.’
    Tory MP Priti Patel, said: ‘As the daughter of immigrants, there is no question that those who work hard and make a positive contribution do enrich the fabric of our society.
    ‘But what Tony Blair has failed to recognise is that while he was in power, he opened the floodgates of mass and uncontrolled immigration which has left a damaging legacy in our towns and cities.’
    Sir Andrew Green, chairman of Migrationwatch, said: ‘This is completely shameless from the Prime Minister who brought more than three million immigrants into Britain in the teeth of public opposition.’
    Fellow Tory MP Dominic Raab added: ‘These comments are naïve if not reckless. Tony Blair has left Britain with a legacy of uncontrolled immigration that has put huge pressure on public services and undermined community cohesion’.
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1cAccjPgf

    What did Thatcher do? Stood up to the unions, tightened immigration rules and won a war what a terrible person. As for Cameron he has not done a fraction of the damage Labour have done. His cuts are to soft not to deep.

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    Tony Blair at least seemed to be genuinely stupid, he believed what he said I think.

    David Cameron reeks of false. I think he works for satan.

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