THE race to become leader of the Conservative Party has been whittled down to just two candidates, The Right Honourable Boris Johnson, and The Right Honourable Jeremy Hunt. Although plenty is known about Boris Johnson thanks to his tireless work as a political mastermind with a firm grasp on right and wrong… but what about his opponent, Jeremy Hunt? If you’re new to the Jeremy Hunt scene, here’s a few pointers to bring you up to speed.
Jeremy Hunt was born Jeremy Richard Streynsham Hunt on the 1st of November, 1961. Jeremy Hunt’s name also makes it incredibly easy for people to accidentally call him Jeremy Cunt, which happens with alarming regularity.
Hunt was elected to the Houses Of Parliament in 2005, taking a seat vacated by Virginia Bottomley. Once again, we should point out that Jeremy Hunt is often accidentally referred to as Jeremy Cunt. On the news and everything.
Jeremy was appointed as a special Minister For The Olympics, overseeing the 2012 London games, before reverting to Secretary of State For Health And Social Care, a post that he held until 2018. During this time, he was called Jeremy Cunt, on TV, loads of times. You can see them on YouTube, and they’re all hilarious.
Hunt became Foreign Secretary following the resignation of his now-rival to the PM job, Boris Johnson. Look, we’re just going to say it a load of times now, to get it out of our system. It’s just way too distracting. Jeremy Cunt, Jeremy Cunt, Jeremy Cunt Cunt Cunt.
Jeremy Cunt… fuck, sorry. Jeremy Hunt has been married since 2009, and has three little Cunts. Hunts. he has three Hunts. Three kids. Little Cunts. Shit, Little HUNTS.
The vast majority of political spectators are firmly in favour of Jeremy Hunt becoming PM, as the unintentional mispronunciation of his name is way too funny to pass up.