The coronavirus pandemic has shown that “individuals who went to Eton” are not able to run the country, the star Danny Dyer has stated.
The EastEnders star stated the “little group” who went to the Windsor boarding school have actually had their opportunity in power and it is time for “working-class people” to take over.
The 43- year-old stated people who “have lived a real life” and are “in touch with what’s going on” need to be offered duty for how the UK is run.
Appearing on BBC Breakfast together with his daughter Dani, Dyer was asked how easy he was finding it to follow COVID-19 limitations.
He stated: “It’s really confusing. It’s practically ideal to break rules truly since it is difficult to comprehend what the rules are. Simply keep them basic and after that people will follow it.
” We wish to leave this as rapidly as possible however as complicated as it is, it just makes it so tough.
” My one tirade would be that we should discover now that the people who went to Eton can’t run this nation.
” They’ve done it, they’ve tried to do it and this little small group who all went to the very same school in the very same class, it does not work.
” So I feel we need some working-class individuals, people who have actually lived a real life, people that are in touch with what’s going on in truth, to perhaps concern the front now and begin to get involved in how this country is run.”
Asked whether he would ever go into politics full-time, Dyer said: “No, darling, I’m too busy.
Dyer previously shared his views on politics on the talk program Great Evening Britain in June 2018.
During that appearance, Dyer labelled Mr Cameron a “t ” for calling the EU referendum.