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I’m Not Really a Politician, Vote for Me…

Read spiked editor Mick Hume's Notebook in The Times (London).

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‘George Galloway, Charles Kennedy, Tony Blair and David Cameron may not seem natural housemates. But they have all been competing in the new celebrity gameshow, I’m Not Really a Politician, Vote for Me. This is not celebrity politics on the glamorous Hollywood model pioneered by that other Kennedy, John F. It is more celebrity politics on the banal scale of reality TV, where you try to connect with the audience by advertising your ordinariness or showing your feelings….’

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