UK Vs Rest of the World: Who's got the better politicians?

British politicians can make eating a bacon sandwich look like pretty hard work, but is it just our lot, or are the rest of world's political heavyweights also struggling with basic day to day tasks?

[subheader:list:1]Eating some normal food like a bacon sandwich or an apple[/subheader]

UK: Ed Milliband

Rest of the World: Barack Obama

[subheader:list:2]Getting a cute dog to show you some affection[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Vladimir Putin

[subheader:list:3]Throwing a ball from a standing position[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: George W. Bush

[subheader:list:4]Using basic hand eye coordination skills to hit a ball[/subheader]

UK: Ed Milliband

Rest of the World: Barack Obama

[subheader:list:5]Eating finger food, like a hot dog or pizza, without the use of cutlery[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Bill de Blasio

[subheader:list:6]Riding a horse without any help from your aides[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Vladimir Putin

[subheader:list:7]Having a kick about with the lads[/subheader]

UK: Jeremy Hunt

Rest of the World: Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz

[subheader:list:8]Making a phone call in a calm and considered manner[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Barack Obama

[subheader:list:9]Maintaining your dignity whilst ballroom dancing[/subheader]

UK: Ann Widdecombe

Rest of the World: Barack Obama

[subheader:list:10]Remembering to bring your ice hockey kit to work[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Vladimir Putin

[subheader:list:11]Staying upright whilst playing basketball[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Barack Obama

[subheader:list:12]Riding a bicycle for grown ups[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: Nicolas Sarkozy

[subheader:list:13]Looking bad ass while riding a motorbike[/subheader]

UK: Hazel Blears

Rest of the World: Arnold Schwarzenegger

[subheader:list:14]Rocking out on the guitar, having a wicked time, then probably having a couple of beers with the other guys when it's over[/subheader]

UK: Boris Johnson

Rest of the World: John Kerry

[subheader]Final verdict: it's a tough call, but we'd say the UK just edged it[/subheader]