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Jeremy Paxman blasts May, Cameron and Johnson as he calls for a halving in the number of MPs 

‘Worst Prime Ministers in modern times’: Jeremy Paxman blasts May, Cameron and Johnson as he calls for a halving in the number of MPs

  • The broadcaster has lambasted David Cameron over the 2016 referendum
  • He then went on to describe former PM Theresa May as a ‘cornucopia of failure’
  • He also said MP numbers should be halved to reform our democracy

Jeremy Paxman has attacked the state of Parliament and called the three most recent prime ministers the ‘worst in modern times’.

The broadcaster, pictured, lambasted David Cameron over the 2016 referendum, and described Theresa May as a ‘cornucopia of failure’. 

Speaking about Boris Johnson, Paxman, 69, told the Radio Times: ‘Now we find ourselves required to entrust the country to a man you wouldn’t trust alone with your sister.’

Jeremy Paxman (pictured) has attacked the state of Parliament and called the three most recent prime ministers the ‘worst in modern times’

He then went on to describe former PM Theresa May (pictured outside No 10) as a ‘cornucopia of failure’

The broadcaster lambasted David Cameron (pictured) over the 2016 referendum

 The broadcaster lambasted David Cameron over the 2016 referendum, and described Theresa May as a ‘cornucopia of failure’

He also criticised MPs about delivering Brexit, saying: ‘What’s wrong with our politicians that, three years after the event, they can’t decide how to implement Brexit?’ 

He said MP numbers should be halved to reform our democracy.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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