The Last Leg tried to give Jeremy Hunt his d**k of the year award

What a great television moment this was!

This Blog greatly admires Channel 4’s The Last Leg. In fact, Vox Political has already covered the moment when Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt was voted ‘Dick of the Year’.

(One of the programme’s mottoes is “Don’t be a dick”.)

Last night’s edition showed us what happened when they tried to present Mr Hunt with his award.

Last year, [The Last Leg] followed health secretary Jeremy Hunt around with a sousaphone, which was one of the most brilliant things to happen on television.

For 2015, the clear winner of their “Dick of the Year” award was Hunt, and for the last few weeks they’ve been trying to arrange to give him the award.

Unsurprisingly, Mr Hunt has been busy, it seems.

However, the show recieved a tip-off from a junior doctor as to Mr Hunt’s whereabouts and on Friday’s show, they revealed what happened when they dispatched a bugler to give the award.

Apparently, Mr Hunt wasn’t best pleased to see them.

Source: The Last Leg tried to give Jeremy Hunt his d**k of the year award

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4 thoughts on “The Last Leg tried to give Jeremy Hunt his d**k of the year award

  1. Tim

    When it comes to Jeremy Hunt shouldn’t that phallic award have been more flaccid and s darn sight smaller all things considered?

  2. Phil Lee

    Yeah – “too busy” running away from actually speaking to the junior doctors, because he knows it only takes a couple of them to have him (rightly) committed under the mental health act with whatever personality disorder it is that causes him to be a danger to anyone needing the NHS.
    I reckon a couple will have to go under-cover, and not reveal their qualifications until the great event.
    Then maybe they could carry on with the rest of the cabinet, and make the country a better place.

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