(1) the Hon. Edward Sebastian Grigg, the heir to Baron Altrincham of Tormarton and current chairman of Credit Suisse (UK)
(2) David Cameron, Prime Minister
(3) Ralph Perry Robinson, a former child actor, designer, furniture-maker
(4) Ewen Fergusson, son of the British ambassador to France, Sir Ewen Fergusson and now at City law firm Herbert Smith
(5) Matthew Benson, the heir to the Earldom of Wemyss and March
(6) Sebastian James, the son of Lord Northbourne, a major landowner in Kent
(7) Jonathan Ford, the-then president of the club, a banker with Morgan Grenfell
(8) Alexander Boris De-Pfeffel Johnson, the-then president of the Oxford Union, Lord Mayor of London, Prime Minister
9) Harry Eastwood, the investment fund consultant
Lord Mayor of London
This is incorrect- he was
Mayor of London, not Lord Mayor of London (a different, mostly ceremonial, post).
Also queer people, immigrants, anti-TERF feminists, travellers, any working class person who isn’t an Alf Garnett stereotype…
It all eventually leads to antisemitism, because it always does.
a) in the UK we vote for a party, not for a prime minister. The PM is just the leader of the party in government
b) ‘we’ didn’t vote even for the Tories when Boris was PM - the members of the Conservative Party voted for him after Theresa May buggered off.
In the UK we vote for an MP, who is usually a member of a party. Attempts to change the voting system to one where we vote for a party have never been popular with governments, that’s why we were offered AV in the 2011 voting referendum.
In the EU elections we voted for a party, but we don’t do that anymore.
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