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Friday, 18 April 2014

Jacqui Smith out but did husband see?

Former home secreatary Jacqui Smith is the latest big name to lose her seat and there's no mercy on Twitter

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Here are the latest entries for our election night tweet award@

@carlmaxim: Jacqui Smith loses her seat. Fortunately, her husband was watching another channel

@john_hunter I think the reason I'm still watching #ge2010 is I'm scared of what I'll wake up to. It's like Anti-Christmas Eve!

@icklenellierose Usually, when a country's map turns more blue, it's because it's sinking into the ocean.

@MickPuck Alex Salmond can't possibly be real. He is a cartoon designed by the man who drew Oor Wullie and The Broons

@oldfridgeskill A "coalition of losers" is something I could get behind. And into, I imagine

@alexmassie: Where was the ash cloud when it was needed to prevent Gordon from getting to London?

@gift_of_the_fab: Haha! Ticker at bottom of BBC screen just said 'LD hold Gordon' - that what is going to happen in the hung parliament?

 

By Nick Turner
Published: May 7, 2010

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