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In the aftermath of a general election, new MPs travel to London from across the country to take up their new offices in Westminster and prepare for the parliament ahead.
With Labour's "red wall" collapsing, there's Tory MPs arriving in Westminster from constituencies that had been held by Labour for generations.
A new group of MPs, who now call themselves the "blue wall", met in Westminster and posted a photo of the meeting.
Welcoming (some!) of the new #BlueWall of northern Conservative MPs to Parliament tonight
Working together we’ll… https://t.co/b94CYP1dF1 — Jake Berry MP (@Jake Berry MP)
Lots of people on social media have noticed a distinct lack of diversity in the picture, with almost every MP photographed being a white man.
This doesn't look like the North I know. https://t.co/WQwQgxJ9Gr — Lisa Nandy (@Lisa Nandy)
the real northern powerhouse isn't made from a large group of identical mediocre white men, it's made from the rest… https://t.co/qrEWMgHmpS — dan hett (@dan hett)
qwhite interesting https://t.co/lAKJVT8pz2 — Helena Wadia (@Helena Wadia)
oh thank goodness. white men across the land must feel so glad to finally be represented! https://t.co/lclag6Cn8G — Stella Duffy (@Stella Duffy)
This looks like the first annual meeting of people who find mayonnaise “too spicy” https://t.co/YVWvPYk4ID — James Felton (@James Felton)
There’s something about this lot, and I can’t q-white put my finger on it https://t.co/1yhGbSZvYW — •𝗟𝗜𝗡𝗔• (@•𝗟𝗜𝗡𝗔•)
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