How did he get in instead of his brother?
He’s not leader material.
Unemployment would go up. I own a zoo.
They left that note, ‘there’s no money in the pot’. I saw it on Facebook.
He’s about spending more money. He’ll run us into debt again.
He doesn’t say how he’s going to pay for it
I’d have turned off before the end of that.
When he says stuff, it sometimes comes across that he actually means it.
He has an air of authority. It doesn’t mean I support him but there is an element of leadership.
It’s as though they’ve taken all the non-racist stuff from Ukip and stuck it in the manifesto.
I work in the justice sector and I was a cut. I’m going to vote wherever Chris Grayling is not.
I work for Royal Mail, so I got privatised. Now I’ve got to work for a living and it’s a killer.
Where’s the money coming from?
He says no rise in train fares, but we’ve got the most expensive trains in Europe. Shouldn’t someone have had their eye on the ball already?
He’s got a good heart.
[He probably watches] Countryfile or Antiques Roadshow, something soft and fluffy. Or whatever his wife has told him they’re watching.
He told us nothing really. He just said ‘vote for us and we’ll make it all fine'
A tweed-jacketed Tory who hates Europe
A skinhead with a baton.
He says what the normal man in the street would like to have said. Most of what comes out of his mouth, a lot of us have said at some point.
If he got into power, I wonder how different he would be then?
He models himself on Boycie [from Only Fools and Horses]
It sounds doable and he says how he’s going to get the money
Not letting foreign criminals in is a no-brainer.
[The other party leaders are] afraid, they don’t want to be accused of being racist. But other countries do, like Australia
It’s as though he’s taken things from the Conservative and Labour manifestos and put them into a package that would cut us off from the rest of the world.