General Election 2015: Cameron, Miliband, Clegg and Farage mercilessly mocked in Green party campaign ad

Party political broadcast from Natalie Bennett's party portrays the four leaders performing in a boyband together in parody video

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It is the closest the Green party will ever get to negative, attack-ad electioneering, but in reality its latest party political broadcast is simply the most cringeworthy political advert in history.

The video mercilessly mocks David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage by creating a parody video of them performing in a boyband together.

It portrays the four leaders as all being the same, pursuing the same pro-austerity policies and painting them as power-hungry, rich and posh.

The only problem? The four actors look nothing like the four party leaders and you can only identify their party by the colour of their tie. Maybe there was an issue with the Green party's budget, or maybe it was intentional.

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Actors playing Farage, Clegg and Cameron entice Miliband to join them in offering austerity-only policies.

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It mocks the mainstream parties for pandering to Farage and Ukip.

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Cameron, Clegg, Miliband and Farage are all rich boys, according to the video, but it is harder to see who each of them represents when they are wearing their bow-ties.

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"The only wasted vote is a vote you don’t believe in," the Greens proclaim in the advert. "The politics of the future does not have to look like the politics of the past."

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The four of them love Coalition government.

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But it is Clegg who LOVES the Coalition the most:

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All four of them are just obsessed with power.

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At least it is a (slight) improvement on the Green party's advert for last year's European Parliament elections: 

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