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The year in political tweets: from the Tiggers at Nando's to Chaos With Ed Miliband

The year in political tweets: from the Tiggers at Nando's to Chaos With Ed Miliband
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It's been a busy year in British politics, and, as ever, Twitter provided MPs with an outlet. PoliticsHome rounds-up some of the more eye-catching political tweets of 2019.


Ed Miliband harks back to the the infamous bacon sandwich incident


The Tiggers went for a cheeky Nandos


The Commons catering team had a bit of fun


Astronomers captured the first picture of the black hole


The former leader of the Labour party met Basil Brush


Rory Stewart filmed a fake selfie in Kew Gardens


And Jo Swinson also gave it a go 


It was rumoured that Larry the cat would follow the PM out


As Theresa May stood down, Ed Miliband took a dig at the Conservatives


Tory MP Andrew Bridgen had a new take on the Brexit deal 


SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon hit back at new PM Boris Johnson 


Labour MP Jess Phillips followed Jacob Rees Mogg’s rules to the letter


James Cleverly and Angela Rayner recreated the Commons in emoji form


David Gauke… in a pool… thinking about Brexit


Chief Mouser Larry the cat got in the way of official business


CCHQ got creative with Photoshop 


Jo Swinson had a new take on Jacob Rees Mogg’s Commons nap


Somebody put Rory Stewart on a pumpkin

 

 


James Cleverly wasn't happy about Labour sharing spoilers


Michael Gove quoted Stormzy lyrics 


Matt Hancock found the perfect snap for his debut album cover


David Gauke tried to hide from the Good Morning Britain presenters


Priti Patel got breakfast done 


Jeremy Corbyn got down with the kids


 

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