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A list of influence

A ranked assembly of individuals of note along with details of their achievements and quirks.

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Anne Marie Waters

Anne Marie Waters – Bigot and failed UKIP leadership candidate – Anne Marie Waters is the “Donald Trump of the UK” (without the power) according to her fans but just a “piss poor Nazi bigot” according to others.

The “Donald Trump of the UK” (without the power) according to her fans but just a “piss poor Nazi bigot” according to others, Anne Marie Waters failed to become leader of UKIP in September 2017. Born in Dublin, educated at Nottingham Trent University and a lesbian, Waters condemned her loss as “Jihadi – 1, Truth – 0” and went on to form a joke of a new party named For Britain in October 2017. A former Labour candidate also, this immigrant hater surprisingly has 65,000 followers on Twitter and repeatedly makes claims such as “Islam is evil” and: “The law will be used to silence anyone with a semi-right opinion.” She especially hates the Pope and Somali refugees. What a delight!

 

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