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John Oliver Destroys Labour's Pink Minibus For Women

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America’s best satirist John Oliver (actually British of course) has been valiantly trying to explain Labour’s ill-conceived pink minibus to Americans. 

All the Last Week Tonight host had to do to produce actual gasps from the audience was describe the bus and Labour’s insistence that it’s actually “cerise” coloured. Helpfully, he then gave Labour a suggestion about how they could go about winning even more of those elusive female voters.

This latest comical ode to his homeland comes just weeks after Oliver revealed the time he saw the entire squad of his boyhood heroes Liverpool FC entirely naked (he was walking alone on that one) but his political dig in this video below is something rather special indeed.

 If Labour take his advice, they'll be a (horse)shoe in come May.

 

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