The many faces of George Osborne
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George Osborne generally has two default aesthetics. The first is that of the chancellor. Deranged and slightly sick in the eye he is fresh from the economic battlefield, his hands stained claret with the blood of the disabled. The second is that of the raver. Raver George is unkempt and also deranged. He’s just hit a double balloon and stares deep into the void. In that moment a thought flickers across his mind: “We are all alone and, in the end, death will make equals of us all.” But as the NOS wears off he’s back in the room, and trots off to the front bench to deliver his latest morbid assessment on the state of our finances.
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