Noel Gallagher says Labour are a f***ing waste of time

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Noel Gallagher says Labour are a f***ing waste of time

The Oasis singer and once champion for the Tony Blair Labour government, Noel Gallagher has expressed his political views in his own unique way.

In an interview with Quietus magazine, he predicted that Boris Johnson would be the next Prime Minister, and slated the party leaders saying that they were “into power, not politics.”

When talking on the party that previously had his backing, Labour, Gallagher said he doesn’t ‘believe’ anything that is said by Ed Miliband and they are now a “f****ing waste of time.” 

Not known for his pleasantries, Noel Gallagher also criticised David Cameron for "trying to be your mate" describing him as a "career politician" who "don't stand for anything".

His barrage of insults didn’t stop with Farage, he said the Ukip leader "doesn't look like he could be mentally capable of running a cornershop, far less a f****** country.”

Gallagher said his voting habits will reflect his disenchanted feelings towards the big parties. He said: "There's nothing to vote for any more, but I will vote on the day. I'll pick the most ludicrous thing on the f****** ballot.

"Last time I voted for a little guy who was standing round here as a pirate. I can't not vote, because I think that's copping out.”

When asked what would be the best outcome for the country would be in May’s general election, the singer said: "These days, my own view is that if they truly, truly wanted to better the lives of the people, surely they must all realise that a little bit of conservatism married with a little bit of socialism, married with a little bit of UKIP and a little bit of Green and a little bit of Lib Democrats would be kind of perfect.”

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