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The time has come - the UK will be heading to the polls once more in December for (yet another) General Election.
This morning Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn announced that his party would back plans to hold a General Election in December, as an attempt to break the Brexit impasse.
However, there is a chance that the election could be plunged into jeopardy after the government lost a vote against an amendment election bill that would allow EU citizens and 16-year-olds to also vote.
It remains to be seen what actually will happen but of course, given the news, there have been GIFs and memes aplenty.
Labour to back early general election https://t.co/TS3qow8dy3 https://t.co/tzogwgVnMa — Clive Lewis MP (@Clive Lewis MP)
Me, thinking about the Christmas election https://t.co/flIyCQ5iCH — Eve Livingston (@Eve Livingston)
The UK heading into its second election in two years
https://t.co/mfTCYas5ia — James Felton (@James Felton)
getting giving the universe yet
the tories a… https://t.co/vZ0M9o3Njo — katie spalding (@katie spalding)
UK Labour Party right now. https://t.co/UZ90jCd4ZD — Glen O'Hara (@Glen O'Hara)
If you think a general election in December is weird, wait til you hear about the next World Cup 😮 — Michael Cox (@Michael Cox)
Me on my way to vote Labour in December #GeneralElection https://t.co/7kg0uI5Ct9 — chawner laughs (@chawner laughs)
We go now live to the general election campaign trail https://t.co/EH30bFH3iA — Tom Richell (@Tom Richell)
Gearing up for Christmas General Election like: https://t.co/8wgk3exhHi — Momentum 🌹 (@Momentum 🌹)
Brenda from Bristol as reporters approach her house #generalelection2019 https://t.co/ziOWF15okU — Declan Cashin (@Declan Cashin)
journalists to brenda from bristol
https://t.co/KVYdwFNBpD — peter (@peter)
In Bristol, a woman called Brenda sighs, takes her phone off the hook and barricades the door. — Scott Reid (@Scott Reid)
All our thoughts are with Brenda from Bristol. #GeneralElection #GeneralElection19 #GeneralElection2019 https://t.co/E5YRIqDeuu — Ken Clarke (@Ken Clarke)
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