Which MP do you dislike the most and why?

As it says on the tin. With any luck at lot of the names posted will be replaced in May, but I won't hold my breath that it's any better.

Edit - MEPs, AMs, SMPs, Peers and other political/ government appointees are fine too.
 
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Miliband. Anyone who can't eat a bacon buttie without looking like Jabba The Hutt eating one of those slug thingys or appreciate that giving 2 pence to a Romanian beggar is going to make you look a mahoosive twat shouldn't be in politics.
 
As a starter, I won't go with a too obvious one like Diane Abbott.

Mine is Francais Maude.

In fairness, I know that no one is going to be popular freezing pay and ripping up pension commitments under austerity, but it is the way he has gone about by adding an untimely whammy of attacking non-financial t&cs too. If they are so necessary they could have waited a few years to reduce the impact on morale.

He also introduced a bonkers performance system rejected by industry because of its impact of cohesion, morale and productivity. The guy is doing long term damage to the whole set-up and is either vindictive or incompetent in this regard.

Hope the UKIP candidate gets his Horsham seat.
 
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Miliband. Anyone who can't eat a bacon buttie without looking like Jabba The Hutt eating one of those slug thingys or appreciate that giving 2 pence to a Romanian beggar is going to make you look a mahoosive twat shouldn't be in politics.
I saw that clip the other week. Captured Indecisiveness and bowing to pressure beautiful. Neither are traits I'd want in a PM.

One thing I'd say about Cameron is that I rarely see him flustered. I remember him getting an embarrassing dressing down on a hospital ward (with Clegg) by a moody Doctor - handled it very well. Shame he can't do the same on major policies like Europe and stop his 'rule by focus group'.
 
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For me, it has to be Nicola Sturgeon. Yes, yes I know she's a SMP and not a proper MP but she just gets on my tits.

Not only has she got the face of a spastic crossed with a spaniel, her insistence on turning up at tragic events and holding the spotlight with her fake grief but spotted laughing away when she thinks the cameras are turned really grips me.
 
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Ooh, so many to choose from but I’m going to have to say Diane Abbot. Perhaps it’s just because she’s on the TV at every opportunity whether she has anything of value to say or not, but it’s difficult to think of a more sanctimonious, hypocritical, self-publicising, cloud of egotistical patronising gobdung.

Then there’s her interesting take on race, such as declaring that "blonde, blue-eyed Finnish girls" were unsuitable as nurses because they had "never met a black person before". More here. She is to race relations what Bernhard Manning was to ballet.

“Is it because I’m black?” No Diane, it’s because you’re a git.
 
Gerald Howarth MP. Recently knighted for being a long serving back bencher with superb abilities for the avoidance of doing much. As the MP for Aldershot and districts, he is a self professed "interested in soldiers" kind of MP, but no one has ever seen him demonstrate this interest with the exception of attending free functions.
 
The Alexander's, Wendy and Doug. Not only do they incarnate everything that's wrong with the political party system they bring their own brands of personal unlikeability to the show, too.
 
Ooh, so many to choose from but I’m going to have to say Diane Abbot. Perhaps it’s just because she’s on the TV at every opportunity whether she has anything of value to say or not, but it’s difficult to think of a more sanctimonious, hypocritical, self-publicising, cloud of egotistical patronising gobdung.

Then there’s her interesting take on race, such as declaring that "blonde, blue-eyed Finnish girls" were unsuitable as nurses because they had "never met a black person before". More here. She is to race relations what Bernhard Manning was to ballet.

“Is it because I’m black?” No Diane, it’s because you’re a git.
Agreed. Her performance on This Week last night was a classic example. Desperate not to offend her bearded constituents, she claimed that religious ideology could not be considered a cause of the Paris shootings, but rather the two males responsible were just psychopaths. She was rounded upon by the others, Portillo in particular asking that if that was the case, why were they shouting that they 'had avenged the prophet' and 'Allah Akbhar'?

She also claimed that Private Eye magazine sought to offend in a similar manner as Charlie Hebdo, only to be rounded upon by Andrew Neil, pointedly telling her that she clearly didn't read it.

Every week, she demonstrates what a ******* charlatan she is. The pretence of being a vigorously independent socialist MP, while sending her son to a private school was perhaps the most blatant example of her hypocrisy, but the thought that she may end up as mayor of London is truly staggering.
 
Vaz. Just the thought of him questioning people on the Select Committee about their honesty/credibility/integrity or moral principles makes you realise that the word irony does not exist in the industry called Westminster.
All his previous occurrences are obviously now spent and he is rehabilitated.
Whatever did happen to that money laundering enquiry of a while back?
 

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The question is a bit unfair. It is like looking into a pit full of rattle snakes and being asked to pick one you don't like!
 
Blimey - two pages and I'm the first.

The Honestly-buying-furniture-in-Wales-to-take-to-London-treble-gin-supping-but-moans-it's-too-cheap-arrse-hating-ugly-miserable-old-twat.

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