Tim Farron has attempted to own the Labour Party by bringing up tuition fees on Twitter over the 14 rebels who voted down the Cooper amendment, however, it's seriously backfired.
Now, there's no denying we've all got a Brexit-induced headache today, but in an 'idiot's guide', the 14 Labour rebels who angered Farron had sided with Theresa May's government, voting to prevent parliament from taking steps to prevent a no-deal Brexit by extending the article 50 negotiating period, in order to give time to agree an alternative deal with the EU.
Yvette Cooper's amendment was voted down by 321 votes to 298, with former minister Caroline Flint, Laura Smith, and Eurosceptics Kate Hoey, Graham Stringer, and Dennis Skinner joining the ranks of the rebels reports the Guardian.
There, clear as mud.
In response to the vote, Tim Farron, the ex-leader of the Liberal Democrats, took to Twitter to say:
Dear Labour. You are officially no longer allowed to mention tuition fees. You’ve just stuffed the country.
Dear Labour. You are officially no longer allowed to mention tuition fees. You’ve just stuffed the country. https://t.co/ECY2da8o8I