Hugh Grant admitted he admired Chuka Umunna for his “principles” and called on Britons to vote tactically to unseat the Conservative MPs such as Iain Duncan Smith. While speaking beside the Liberal Democrat MP in London the actor added that he could not contemplate the “country he loves” from being run by a new Boris Johnson lead Tory government. He added that since the expelling of Tory members earlier this year the part is, lacking “responsible, decent and sane people.”
Mr Grant said: “You may well know why I am here.
“It is very unlike me, I have never been involved in a general election campaign before in my long 59 years.
“But this time I do think it is different, I think we are facing, I don’t want to sound dramatic but you could argue that is my job, but I really do think we are facing a national emergency.
“I don’t think what is left of the Conservative Party, now they have expelled anyone who was responsible, decent or sane is something that I can contemplate as a government of the country that I love.
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“I just think that we all have to do everything we can, clearly all of you already are.
“But it is moved me to finally get up to do everything that I can to stop that happening.
“So I am wandering around London and the