Latest polls indicated that footballer Marcus Rashford is 20 points ahead of the Conservative Party and 25 points ahead of Labour.
By taking the fight to the Conservative Party over starving children, Rashford has now taken over the role of leader of the opposition and is more popular than the prime minister.
‘Sir Keir Starmer seems strangely quiet on this issue, as well as several others. And the prime minister appears to actively support starving children to death. It’s not a huge surprise that Marcus Rashford is pummelling them both in the polls,’ said one political expert.
If an election was to be held today, Rashford would single-handedly win 502 seats.
‘And he’d probably give them away to people with tired legs, the unselfish bastard,’ moaned one Conservative.
As a Man United player, Rashford is particularly popular in London, although his numbers do flag in Manchester.