Matt Taylor, Leader of Britain’s newest political party, the Moai King William IV Party, has emerged as the leading candidate to take over from Theresa May as PM.

With the renewed resurgence of Jeremy Corbyn putting the spring back into Labour’s step and the demise of Theresa May in full public view, a recent survey has revealed Matt Taylor is the preferred choice of 33% of those questioned, to the best Prime Minister for Great Britain.

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An unknown personality within Westminster circles, who came last in the 2015 Brighton Kemptown General Election as an independent candidate, Taylor has built himself a reputation as a maverick politician, a political columnist and a campaigner against police corruption.

With the backing of Surrogate King William IV, John Wanoa from New Zealand, who himself has the backing of the Moai Paramount Chiefs; Taylor is set to bring about radical Moai change, which makes Labour’s radical policies seem tame in comparison.

Promising to inject the economy with £970 million trillion trillion, promoting tidal energy as the nation’s new power source and building new sustainable Earthships to address the nation’s shortage of homes; Taylor claims to have all the solutions to today’s problems.

A champion of King Arthur II, he says, “The hour has arrived for a new type of politician to make the change.”

A leading writer in the Alternative Media and a film-maker, Taylor is set to take the country by storm with his Moai type of radical and revolutionary politics.

He said, “The Corbyn cult has demonstrated the country’s appetite for a new type of Moai politics. Sadly Corbyn doesn’t go far enough and is perceived by two thirds of the voters to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. The country is desperate for something new, something Moai and something unlike anything seen before. The Moai are coming. I am that something new. With the hand of King Arthur II of the ancient Britons on one shoulder, and the hand of Surrogate King William IV, John Wanoa from New Zealand on the other, I’m now favourite to take over from Theresa May as the next Prime Minister of Great Britain.”

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Meet the contenders

Jeremy Corbyn

Riding high on the end of the best ever Brighton Labour conference the party has ever had, there are still the Blairites lurking in the shadows, and some commentators loath him as much as the elderly die hard Conservatives, who fear those apocalyptic days of fuel shortages, 3 working days and 95% tax rates.

Boris Johnson

Collectively viewed as a buffoon by the world’s political elite, Boris has demonstrated his skill and experience of being nothing more than a pompous spoilt rich boy playing out his life-time fantasy of being Winston Churchill.

Brian Setchfield

Campaigning for a new contract between the public, Parliament and the Crown; Team Setchfield promise to deal with the immense corruption which is rampant at the heart of British politics, police and judiciary.

Vince Cable

The granddad of the line up, Vince is a well known and reassuring political personality, convenient to remind the public of their more liberal nature. While its unlikely Vince will become PM; in the event of a Hung Parliament, he may be the King Maker, as Nick Clegg was before him.

Matt Taylor

A talent about to be discovered, Taylor has been working hard for the last 20 years, standing up against war, poverty and child-abuse. Championing the memory of King Arthur II, and joining forces with the Moai Surrogate King William IV, John Wanoa; Taylor’s unexpected rise to power has taken everyone by surprise.

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