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Derek Sets The World To Rights

Chatting with Rob, Kemal and Science this afternoon, Derek has given his opinion on virtually everything connected to the problems with a modern British society.

With Roberto having mentioned that people seem obsessed with the clothing labels they wear, Del Boy suggested that this can bring about lots of problems in communities.

The Tory supporter then turned his attention to society's increasing obsession with the phenomenon of celebrity, saying, "People want to achieve a great deal for no effort... and with no skills".

Suggesting that this is why we have a shortage of skilled workers, because people aren't willing to train for anything, the 40-year-old said in almost despair, "More value is attached to a celebrity than to a nurse".

About people who seek fame, Roberto injected and said that just having a personality isn't enough to guarantee success in any field. Kemal agreed, stating that 'Celebrity is kind-of a new religion', before suggesting that the underprivileged are sucked-in the most.

Science, for once, had something sensible to say on the matter, which was that it's fine for people to have role models, but not to idolise celebrities.

Having criticised society's desire for gossip, Derek then went-on to moan about religion, racism and the 'destruction of society'. Blimey, calm down mate!

The thing is, during his rant he basically criticised people for encouraging gossip, promoting themselves, wanting fame and doing little to get it.

Erm, that's a bit rich given that he's the one who applied to be on Big Brother!

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