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Theresa May has called for a general election on 8 June, despite previously denying there would be an early election.
And, as expected, people have a few thoughts.
This tweet, sent at the time of the last General Election, aged well. https://t.co/G6kRJ8YFrB— Felicity Morse (@Felicity Morse) 1492511160
My sympathies to all the political journalists who are about to discover the deposit on their Summer holidays is non-refundable.— Larry the Cat (@Larry the Cat) 1492510189
The Lib Dems weren't left out:
if you listen carefully you can hear half the country hastily typing "what do the Lib Dems think?" into Google— Robin Edds (@Robin Edds) 1492510738
Just caught your boyfriend having a little look at the Lib Dem website— Liam Williams (@Liam Williams) 1492512274
Nor were Jeremy Corbyn and Labour:
The real fight starts now https://t.co/FfcpPs2KHk— Alberto Nardelli (@Alberto Nardelli) 1492510541
@BBCBreaking @theresa_may Corbyn was not available for comment https://t.co/19EgyZTFco— Freedom 🇬🇧 (@Freedom 🇬🇧) 1492510217
Labour HQ right now #snapelection #theresamay https://t.co/d1JtDHeLyr— Aidan (@Aidan) 1492509888
https://t.co/YQ9haA5Dzv— Lewis Scrafton (@Lewis Scrafton) 1492511291
Or the fact that May recently spoke out against a second Scottish independence referendum because of, erm, the instability it would cause:
A reminder of Theresa May’s guide to what creates insecurity: Scottish referendum YES General Election NO— David Schneider (@David Schneider) 1492512308
Let's leave on some silver linings, shall we?
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