Jacob Rees-Mogg's presence in this general election has been awfully quiet in the past week, which notably comes after his controversial comments on victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

Last week, the Tory PPC made headlines after making 'monstrous' claims that the victims of the 2017 tragedy lacked 'common sense', a statement which also landed other Tories in trouble.

Rees-Mogg did later apologise for what he said but in the days since, his presence on the campaign trail has been noticeable quiet, especially for an MP who relishes being on TV.

Apart from the odd tweet on his own account, where he can be seen hanging out with builders and wearing a rather large rosette, the 50-year-old hasn't had much to say.

Fearing the worst for Rees-Mogg, people have taken to Twitter to call on others to search for the 'missing Tory' with some mocking up posters and Where's Wally? type images.

Needless to say, it's very funny.

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