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Nice to see Ed Miliband quoting @sketagram at the #leadersdebate last night. None of these politicians are my leaders, until they lead normal lives they can't speak for the majority of the country… Why are we being led by millionaires, give 0.01% of the uk are millionaires… Yet of the 29 Ministers entitled to attend Cabinet meetings, 23 have assets and investments estimated to be worth more than £1million. All are white and male, apart from 4 women, one of them Asian. I am not saying this to be a jerk just stating facts… the combined wealth of the Camerons’ parents has been put as high as £30million. How does this guy represent a people, 60% of which earn less than £13,000 a year. Seems to me like there is a class war going on and the rich are winning. If only politicians weren't millionaires or accepted money from every corporation in order to win campaigns and were actually bothered about properly representing the issues us common people face… #chakabars
At the UK leaders debate Labour leader Ed Miliband quoted grime legend, Skepta. You’re probably thinking what are you guys talking about? Well during the debate big Ed said these words, “that’s not me“.
We doubt Ed was intentionally paying his respects to Skepta or whether he wanted to get involved in the recent grime beef, but one thing’s for sure the video above is the funniest thing you’ll see all weekend.