In an effort to connect with the yoof, Britain Stronger in Europe wheeled out early-2000s T4 host June Sarpong to introduce their campaign. Turns out a lot of young people have no idea who she is…
That went well…
The latest hottie to join our run down of sexy green politicians is former television anchorwoman Tamayo Marukawa, who was appointed Japan’s environment minister on Wesnesday by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Marukawa’s first order of business will be to oversee the building of storage and disposal facilities to deal with Fukushima’s radioactive waste.
Well-known Corbynista and Argentinian President Cristina de Kirchner has delighted supporters by spontaneously dancing at a campaign rally in Buenos Aires:
This isn’t the first time she has let loose, having cut some shapes to Ninel Conde’s “El bombón asesino” in December of last year:
Partying like it’s 1983…
Samantha Cameron stepped at conference today in a £150 “poppy red” dress from Whistles. She teamed the textured crepe number that Whistles claims is designed to “flatter the silhouette” with a sensible pair of grey suede heels from L.K.Bennett. It wasn’t just Dave stealing Labour’s clothes…
The latest addition to our popular series of sizzling green politicians is the sensational one time Romanian presidential candidate Elena Udrea. Before she was forced out of the People’s Movement Party by a corruption scandal, Elina served as Romania’s Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Development.
Unfortunately, many in the Romanian press were more concerned with her taste for expensive clothes than her policies…
This weeks addition to our increasingly popular parade of environmentally conscious lovelies is the scintillating U.S. Representative for South Dakota Kristi Noem. Kristi is an ardent advocate of ending US dependence on foreign oil and has used her position on The House Committee on Natural Resources to back offshore oil drilling, subsidies for oil companies and the Keystone XL Pipeline. A country girl at heart, Kristi continues to look after her ranch when she gets the time.
What a gal…
The latest instalment in our ever-popular run down of the world’s hottest green politicians is the delightful French député Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet. NKM, as she is known on the streets, is a long time environmental campaigner who served as Minister for the Environment in Sarkozy’s government.
She’s also a big fan of Maggie Thatcher. What’s not to like?
Hattie has remained resoutely impartial during the leadership election, alas she couldn’t resist a parting dig at Comrade Corbyn on her final day on the frontbench:
“It was quite surprising to discover that I’m not old enough or posh enough to be the frontrunner of this current leadership election.”
A personal attack from the acting leader on the last day of voting. […] Read the rest
Our ever popular parade of environmentally-friendly politicians continues today with the lovely Larissa Waters, a Green Party Senator from Queensland Australia.
Entrusted with the federal party portfolios of environment and biodiversity, and resources, mining and coal seam gas; Larissa is a bona fide eco-warrior, tirelessly fighting on behalf of Australia’s renewable energy industry. […] Read the rest
The latest sizzling piece of eye-candy in our series of butterfly-in-stomach inducing green-friendly politicians is the hunky Eduardo Leite, the youngest mayor in Brazilian history. When he’s not nonchalantly sipping yerba mate topless (see above), Eduardo is transforming his city Pelotas into a bastion of sustainable urban mobility in order to reduce carbon emissions.[…] Read the rest
Our popular series of titillating energy ministers continues today with Grecian beauty Eva Kaili. After many years serving as a member of the Hellenic Parliament, Eva now sits in the European Parliament where she pushes her progressive agenda on the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy.[…] Read the rest
Members of India’s solo surfer community have risen up after being shafted by their government’s ban on 857 pornographic websites. Opponents beat off threats from the Department of Communications to introduce them to the penal system, and, after keeping it up for a few hours, the state has now accepted they couldn’t pull it off.[…] Read the rest
The latest addition to our sexy series of sizzling Energy ministers is the sensational Elizabeth Halseth, a former state senator who became the youngest woman ever to be elected to the Nevada Legislature. Despite throwing herself into her work on the Nevada Senate’s Labor and Energy Committee, Elizabeth’s political career quickly fell apart following her husband’s arrest on suspicion of “open and gross lewdness“.[…] Read the rest
Guido has spent the afternoon in the strange vortex that is the Andy Burnham online fandom. And it was really, really weird.
There’s the usual fan art:
Which starts to get a bit weird…
And then there is this:
A rabbit talking about crashing Liz Kendall’s party and smashing up the Westminster bubble with baseball bats.[…] Read the rest