Wally of the Week – Tom Harwood

Petulant child Tom Harwood makes a nuisance of himself on ‘Politics Live’ after previously claiming he can singlehandedly defeat ISIS and making comparison of Brexit to using a condom

 

“Contraceptives should be used on every conceivable occasion.”

Spike Milligan, Puckoon (1963)

 

Former leader of the student wing of Vote Leave Tom Harwood describes himself as being “sometimes on the news” to his 18,900 followers on Twitter, but, in fact, this petulant child just makes a nuisance of himself wherever he goes.

 

Yesterday, on BBC2’s Politics Live, Harwood had to be told to calm down by the show’s hostess Jo Coburn after he continually interrupted other guests, but elsewhere on YouTube he shares further evidence of his annoying conduct in videos with titles such as: “Amazing facts you won’t believe (and probably shouldn’t).” They are utterly pointless, not at all funny and simply indicative that this brat shouldn’t even be put in charge of a bus ticket.

 

Wally of the Week – Condom campaigner and Brexiteer Tom Harwood – Petulant child Tom Harwood makes a nuisance of himself on ‘Politics Live’ after previously claiming he can singlehandedly defeat ISIS and making comparison of Brexit to using a condom
Condom kid Tom Harwood came up with the idea of giving out Vote Leave condoms as a marketing strategy to encourage people to vote in support of Brexit

 

As if it were not odd enough that Harwood pledged to defeat ISIS when he stood to be the NUS delegate for Durham University in 2016 and campaigned for 12 year olds to get the right to vote in 2018, it was his activities at Vote Leave that make him stand out as a total self-serving, self-promoting pillock. Whilst most leave campaigners delivered leaflets (and travelled on that accursed ‘bus of lies’), Harwood took a different approach: He came up with a campaign to give out Vote Leave condoms. Captioned with such messages as “it’s riskier to stay in,” of the reasoning for using such a marketing gimmick, Harwood told The Telegraph:

 

“[Condoms] are a great and fun way to get people talking/interested.”

 

“They illustrate that the safer choice is to Vote Leave, allowing Britain to become a global player once again.”

 

So, there we have it: Brexit, if Tom Harwood is to believed, is nothing but a giant contraceptive and just what a Britain run by a bunch of 12-year old lunatics plainly needs.

 

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23 COMMENTS

    • I found his conduct on Politics Live reprehensible. He shouted down every other panellist and frankly came across as a berk.

    • Bright as a plug in 2 watt night light. You can hear the sizzle of electricity when he enters a room – NOT! Or you do!

  1. He needs a jolly good slap!!!!!!!!!!! But he’d probably like that — and try and get more publicity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a publicity whore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Tom is charming and very easy on the eye. He knows his stuff and is far from a Wally. This ‘site’s’ criteria for wallies tends to be people that the staff wish to date but would never stand a chance.

  3. I’m amazed anyone thinks he’s a pillock or in any way petulant. Harwood’s eloquent and always makes a good point – whether you agree or not. The kid comes across as very amiable and no doubt will go places.

  4. His performance on Politics Live was in many ways worse than actual violence. The way he attempted to shut down the guests with his cis-white male privilege was reprehensible. I was left in tears, physically shaking and had to speak with my therapist! His literal white supremacy brought on my PTSD.

    • Who is your therapist? She/he must make a lot of dough out of you if this sort of thing upsets you….but I suspect you are being ironic!

    • N Morgan
      There are far worse things happening on our planet to leave you shaking and in tears. While I think this dude is an over educated little smart ass craving publicity, you really need to get a grip, and don’t watch so much television.

  5. He reminds me of a cheap rent boy.

    And contrary to Peters comment so think he sounds thick as mince. He’s all bluster and opinion and no structure or factual evidence to support his arguments.

  6. Who is your therapist? She/he must make a lot of dough out of you if this sort of thing upsets you….but I suspect you are being ironic!

  7. I bet he likes those archways in Vauxhall. He probably likes dressing up in leather and getting spanked. I bet he cries a lot as he’s taken in hand. Dirty boy.

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