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Danny Dyer plays with Boris Johnson and his gang, who all went to the same school, and complains about Covid hit UK


Danny Dyer has once again become an unlikely political commentator two years after joining the Brexit streak.

Best known for his role in Eastenders and his "Lad Status", the actor became political again after beating up the privately educated political elite during a passionate gossip about the Covid-affected state of Great Britain.

The 43-year-old said politicians who went to Eton were unable to rule the country and Instead, they urged workers to get involved in politics and use their "real world experience" to rule the country.

He said, "We have to learn now that the people who went to Eton cannot rule this country.

The EastEnders actor was passionate about the Covid-affected state of Great Britain

The cabinet is made up of privately trained ministers

It is not uncommon for the upper echelons of the UK political landscape to be filled with privately trained individuals.

Research by the Sutton Trust found that nearly two-thirds of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet received private training over the past year.

Examples include Health Secretary Matt Hancock, Home Secretary Priti Patel, and Secretary of Education Gavin Williamson.

Half of David Cameron's 2015 cabinet also attended paid school.

While Theresa May, prime minister from 2016 to 2019, had 64% of privately educated people in her cabinet, according to the social mobility charity.

These include former labor and pension secretary Amber Rudd and current foreign minister Dominic Raab, who was Brexit secretary under Ms. May's tenure.

The figures are not representative of the general population, of which only 7% attended private schools.

"They did it, they tried, and this little group that went to the same school in the same class – it doesn't work."

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was privately educated at Eton, as was his predecessor David Cameron.

A majority of UK Cabinet members who have served under current and former Prime Ministers over the past 10 years have also attended paid schools.

At the BBC breakfast, Dyer called for diversity in politics and encouraged workers to come to the fore.

He said, "I think we need some working class people, people who have lived real lives and people who are in touch with reality, to maybe come to the front now and get involved with the leadership of this country. "

It's not the first time the actor has spoken about the state of British politics.

He had previously called David Cameron "t ***" during a discussion on Brexit and urged Dyer to join the political ring himself.

When asked on Wednesday if he would ever consider going into politics full-time, Danny replied that he was "too busy" following his list of commitments, including a game show and hosting a podcast with his daughter Danni, cancel.

He also referred to his role as Mick Carter on EastEnders, which he called "the greatest soap ever".

Dyer added, "Let's watch the government unravel, I think."

Boris Johnson attended the paid school Eton

Dyer previously called David Cameron a & # 39; t *** & # 39;

Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) was privately educated in Eton, as was his predecessor David Cameron (right).

In another nod to the Covid-affected nation, he said, "Let's just try to stay safe and not catch this thing, and I'm sure we'll all be stronger and more considerate on the other side."

Prime Ministers going to Eton

Current Prime Minister Boris Johnson was educated at Eton College and joins a long line of Prime Ministers who attended the paid school.

His predecessor David Cameron also went to Eton, which currently costs around £ 42,000 a year.

Former Prime Ministers Harold Macmillan and Anthony Eden attended the school in Berkshire, as did William Ewart Gladstone.

The list of prime ministers attending the prestigious school goes back to Robert Walpole, who served as prime minister from 1721 to 1742.

And Boris Johnson, like every prime minister who had attended university since 1937, with the exception of Gordon Brown, also studied at Oxford.

His comments sparked a lot of support on social media. One user said, “A man with a good heart and a clear political perspective. Good for you, Danny. & # 39;

Another wrote, "Eton boys get kicked by Danny Dyer."

A Twitter user praised him as "astute".

Dyer's comments on Brexit met with a similar response in 2018 when he labeled Cameron a "t ***" for calling the Brexit referendum and then stepping down when he lost.

Dyer went viral after attacking Mr. Cameron live on Good Evening Britain over Brexit.

He hit the ex-prime minister for setting up the split referendum before "running away" to "set up his trotters".

Dyer then blasted the entire Brexit process as a "crazy puzzle" – despite the vote.

Joe Brock wrote on Twitter: "The Brexit negotiations would definitely accelerate if we sent Danny Dyer to Brussels."

Alex Lowe said on Twitter, "Danny Dyer speaks what a nation feels."

Dyer became an unlikely political hero after attacking the former Tory leader.

He said: “Let's go back to this whole Brexit thing if you judge it because you don't know what Brexit is.

»Who knows anything about Brexit? Nobody has a clue. You see Question Time, it's a comedy.

& # 39; Nobody knows what it is. It's like this crazy puzzle that nobody knows what it is.

Dyer was inundated with social media support following his comments on morning TV

Dyer was inundated with support on social media following his comments on morning TV

This social media user praised Dyer's "clear political perspective" on Twitter

This social media user praised Dyer's "clear political perspective" on Twitter

The EastEnders star gave the politicians who went to Eton a kick, according to this user

The EastEnders star gave the politicians who went to Eton a kick, according to this user

The support was similar to the praise he received in 2018 after subjugating David Cameron for his handling of Brexit

The support was similar to the praise he received in 2018 after subjugating David Cameron for his handling of Brexit

“So what happened to the David Cameron who brought it? Let's be fair How is it that he can scurry away? He called all of that.

& # 39; Where is he? He is in Europe. He's in Nice with his trotters. Where's the geezer? I think he should be held accountable for this. & # 39;

When Piers Morgan asked Jeremy Corbyn for comment, Dyer cut him off by saying & # 39; t ** t & # 39; again. called.

& # 39; Where is he? He is in Europe. He's in Nice with his trotters. Where's the geezer? I think he should be held accountable for this. & # 39;

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