Kids play politicians in Green Party Election Broadcast and they seem more competent than the adults

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They bicker, they sulk and they resort to playground name-calling on a daily basis.


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Who better, then, to play Britain’s political elite than a group of children?

In the Green Party’s Election Broadcast for 2016, pint-sized versions of David Cameron, Jeremy Corbyn, Tim Farron and others do their own take on some of Westminster’s most well-known squabbles from the past year.

‘Tim’ explains how ‘David’ ‘stitched up’ Nick. ‘Boris’ – complete with blonde mop, cycle helmet and fluorescent sash, tells ‘George’ he’s going to ‘flush his economic plan down the toilet’.

Boris, complete with blonde mop and cycle helmet

‘Boris’, complete with blonde mop and cycle helmet (Picture: YouTube/Green Party of England & Wales)

The ‘Red Gang’ disagree over missile policy.

‘Jeremy C’ complains that people ‘are saying bad things about me and it has to stop’.


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‘Jeremy H’ uses a periscope to keep a look out for junior doctors.

So it’s right on the money, in other words.

The video ends with an appeal to vote in the local elections for the Green Party, who pledge a return to ‘Grown Up Politics’.

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