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You knew this wouldn’t go well for the minority prime minister, didn’t you?

Today, Theresa May relaunched herself for the umpteenth time, with a call for all parties to come together and help form policies for the post-Brexit future.

Many parties have obliged – but most, if not all, of them have been from outside Parliament, and the medium they chose was Twitter.

The result was – well, see for yourself.

It seems unlikely that Mrs May will take up much of this advice.

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