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Struggling to keep up on the recent round of resignations and reshuffles at No 10?
Twenty-four hours of political turmoil, triggered by deepening anger over the prime minister's Brexit plans, have left all of us confused.
Thankfully, we're here to help you out - in meme form. It's basically the modern news bulletin, but with better jokes.
David Davis kicked off Theresa May's nightmare by dramatically resigning as Brexit Secretary, all before Boris Johnson one-upped him by quitting as foreign secretary just a few hours later.
Drafted in as replacements are prominent Leave campaigner Dominic Raab, stepping into Davis' shoes, and Jeremy Hunt replacing Johnson.
Filling in for Hunt's vacated health secretary role is former culture secretary Matt Hancock, and replacing Hancock as culture secretary is Jeremy Wright.
Oh, wait: a junior minister at the Brexit department, Steven Baker, also resigned, and is to be replaced by Chris Heaton-Harris. But no one seemed to really care.
DO YOU WANT TO BE WHATEVER STEVE BAKER WAS BECAUSE HE'S GONE TOO https://t.co/lbqkbPUbaH — Chris Boyd 🇬🇧🇵🇭 (@Chris Boyd 🇬🇧🇵🇭)
Boris Johnson is the latest to hand in a transfer request as his team hurtle towards inevitable relegation. — Gary Lineker 💙 (@Gary Lineker 💙)
BREAKING: The Conservative Party. — Stephen Bush (@Stephen Bush)
Love Island goes from strength to strength as the government crumbles. Which house is the one full of idiots? — Iain Stirling | ON TOUR (@Iain Stirling | ON TOUR)
You say ‘reshuffle’, I say ‘panicky game of Pass The Turd’. — Chris Addison💙 (@Chris Addison💙)
It's nearly the summer hols. I don't want an election or a big cabinet reshuffle. I just want a bit of peace and qu… https://t.co/8XIBg2XYVR — Ed Dorrell (@Ed Dorrell)
It is said that at times of political upheaval, a Harry Potter comparison is as certain Voldemort turning up at Hogwarts to ruin Harry's summer term.
I always think that the announcement of a new Health Secretary is like finding out the new Defence Against The Dark… https://t.co/6LOI9SRgX6 — Adam Kay (@Adam Kay)
@J_Bloodworth But this is the next Boris! https://t.co/OxyXxMCvoY — Melissa Bradshaw (@Melissa Bradshaw)
One good thing about Jeremy Hunt taking over at the Foreign Office: at least we won't have a buffoon as Foreign Sec… https://t.co/XfejhBJrwq — David Schneider (@David Schneider)
Oops. Someone emailed me an hour ago saying Jeremy Hunt was the new foreign secretary, and I thought they were joking. — Henry Mance (@Henry Mance)
Matt Hancock’s a breath of fresh air. Private school, PPE at Oxford, Economics at Cambridge, climate change denier and data thief. — Plashing Vole (@Plashing Vole)
People aren't impressed that the secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport (note the 'digital' part) seems to have an almost non-existent internet presence.
The silver lining for Wright is that he'll presumably be spared from reading these unimpressed tweets.
People who are surprised that Theresa May appointed a digital secretary without a twitter account are forgetting th… https://t.co/BbJRwgxUUa — PoliticsJOE (@PoliticsJOE)
This impromptu cabinet reshuffle is an absolute sausage-fest. — Kirsty Strickland (@Kirsty Strickland)
As someone on our film crew’s just said:”You can always rely on Boris Johnson to be second over the parapet.’ — Armando Iannucci (@Armando Iannucci)
“Boris here. I’d like to book a photographer.”
“Good lor… https://t.co/yTWq1HuuC4 — James Felton (@James Felton)
If only summoning photographers to witness him signing his resignation letter could be Boris Johnson's final public performance. — James Oh Brien (@James Oh Brien)
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