It’s been just six days since parliament dissolved and each of the parties launched their election campaigns, but in that time we have already seen so much happen.
this election is like an advent calendar except behind every door is an offensive tweet by a candidate we've never heard of— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) November 11, 2019
Between Tory MPs criticising the victims of Grenfell, the government refusing to release a report into Russian election interference, and the Conservatives being criticised for doctoring videos for campaign footage, there’s more than enough reasons to make Boris Johnson break his sober promise.
At least in these tumultuous times we can turn to Twitter for a bit of light relief.
So, we have collected 10 of the funniest tweets since the election campaigns started.
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Farage has now discovered what happens when you negotiate on a tight deadline with a far stronger partner for whom not getting a deal isn't nearly as big a threat.— Dmitry Grozoubinski (@DmitryOpines) November 12, 2019
Mark Francois has taken his final form pic.twitter.com/3vNtxN2PZu— James Felton (@JimMFelton) November 9, 2019
When you try to avoid politics on your timeline for one night. pic.twitter.com/milspVX55Y— Jono (@jonoread) November 8, 2019
I miss the days when Alan Partridge was merely a work of fiction.pic.twitter.com/rZ7HEL1IMq— Graham Lithgow (@grahamlithgow) November 8, 2019
Why the fuck is he dressed like Mr Tumble's disgraced uncle? pic.twitter.com/FC8t9CVJbG— Gwdih? (@youwouldknow) November 7, 2019
Why does this photo of Nigel Farage yesterday look like Donald Trump's ghost is hovering over him with his next instructions pic.twitter.com/hMK4DrWbTs— PoliticsJOE (@PoliticsJOE_UK) November 12, 2019