"Attlee I don't remember, but he left one legacy that, 39 years ago saved my life & just this week, my wife's - the NHS.
Churchill - the greatest PM since Wm Pitt the younger, whom, as I say, I DO remember - his powers were failing, but what a human being!
Eden - the worst PM since Lord North - everything he touched turned to shit.
Macmillan - war hero, gentleman, sharp brain, only made two mistakes - Profumo & the corrupt Marples.
A Douglas-Hume - always greatly underrated in my opinion.
H Wilson - euw - reminds me (now) of Alex Salmond - totally untrustworthy.
Roy Jenkins (You what?) The best PM we never had - if he had beaten Wilsundra for the Labour leadership, back in '62/3 things would have been very different.
Jim Callaghan - another under-rated man - who did do the right thing over the Falklands, unlike his successor ...
The Madwoman. She only did one thing right - she actually gave Trades unions legitimate power, by demanding secret ballots, to the same standard as MP's.
Major - what a prat. Some of his "advisers" were distinctly unsavoury, though some, such as the insane Sherman, were inherited from 'er indoors.
Blair. Euw, well - we were all deceived, weren't we? I should have realised, as soon as it became obvious that he was is a good christian....
Broon - like the madwoman, did one good thing - kept us out of the Euro, in this case.
The present incumbent.
Of the above, the first two, plus Macmillan, Callaghan were true patriots. Eden was mad (Suez); the rest are all traitors."
For what it's worth, my vote goes to Blair; he poisoned politics, devalued Parliament, encouraged corruption, trampled like a petulant teenager over our unwritten constitution and our ancient Offices of State, besmirched the integrity of the security services, deceived the sovereign, betrayed the armed forces and destroyed the ethics of his own party. I cannot think of one single thing that he left unfouled by avarice, fraud, mendacity and crookedness.