has pledged to devote herself to ‘getting rid of as many as possible’ in , she vowed on live TV.
On the latest episode of on Channel 4, the former Countdown star, as well as fellow guests including , Richard Armitage and Ruth Madeley.
After discussing her new quiz book Carol Vorderman’s Perfect 10, the conversation turned to politics, as the 62-year-old emphasised that she doesn’t ‘support any party’ and doesn’t ‘want to join any party’.
Carol explained in detail the British government’s first-past-the-post voting system, which she stressed can result in members of the public partaking in tactical voting, rather than ensuring that every vote counts.
‘We are the only country other than Belarus – which isn’t exactly known for its democracy – that uses only a first-past-the-post system,’ she shared.
‘After the First World War, women got the vote for the first time, after the Second World War, the welfare state was created.
‘I get this sense, particularly from the younger generation, who want something that’s new. They want a new system of life, they want people to be more equal, for a system to be fairer.’
Carol then added: ‘So for the next year, I’m devoting myself to the election and getting rid of as many Tories as possible.’
An audible gasp could be heard in the studio after the TV star’s statement, with the presenters informing viewers that was Carol’s personal opinion on politics.
Earlier this year, it was announced that the former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmate had been sacked from her BBC Radio Wales presenting role for breaching their new social media guidelines.
Carol had hosted the Saturday morning show on the radio station since 2019.
However, in November, it emerged that because she had breached the guidelines, ‘BBC Wales management have decided [she] must leave’.
The broadcaster is frequently outspoken regarding her political, having after he resigned as an MP.
After the news was announced of Carol no longer working with BBC Radio Wales, Carol shared on social media: ‘I want to say from my heart, thank you, I am overwhelmed by all of your support, it’s just extraordinary.
‘You know we’re all in this together, and we will, absolutely will make it right, because you’re bloody marvellous, you are.’
Sunday Brunch airs on Sundays from 9.30am on Channel 4.