David Tennant Unleashes Fury at Tories in Last Leg Live Rant

David Tennant has slammed the Conservative Party, branding them a "bunch of hateful" people who are trying to "keep the country asleep".

The actor made the comments during an appearance on Channel 4's The Last Leg, where he was joined by comedian Thanyia Moore.

Tennant was particularly scathing of the recent appointment of Esther McVey as "minister for common sense", saying: "It makes me so angry, the way they weaponised this idea of, that, that being asleep is something to aspire to."

He added: "It makes me furious that they should have a minister who would encourage you not to have a crumb of empathy, not to think about what it might be to live so somebody else's experience."

Tennant's comments were met with applause from the audience, and he concluded his rant by saying: "I mean, aren't they hateful?"

The actor's outburst comes amid a period of increasing public anger at the Conservative Party, which has been accused of incompetence and mismanagement.

Tennant's comments are likely to resonate with many people who share his frustration with the Tories.

In addition to Tennant's rant, the show also featured a discussion about the recent Conservative reshuffle, which saw a number of high-profile cabinet ministers sacked.

Moore and Tennant were both critical of the reshuffle, with Moore saying that it was "a mess" and Tennant branding it a "shambles".

The Last Leg is a popular comedy show that is known for its outspoken and often controversial views.

The show has been praised for its ability to hold politicians to account and for its willingness to tackle difficult issues.

Tennant's appearance on the show is sure to fuel the debate about the Conservative Party and its leadership.

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