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Oops: David Cameron’s tweet from May 2015 hasn’t aged well.

This is hilarious.

A poster campaign attempting to shame politicians with their own words and tweets has begun to appear on billboards around Britain.

The campaign which appears to have been started by the Twitter account Led By Donkeys has already posted two billboards around the country, featuring infamous tweets from Tory politicians.

The first which they shared on Wednesday morning featured the 2015 David Cameron tweet about voting for ‘chaos with Ed Miliband.’ The poster is reported to be in north-east London.

The second was a classic from October 2016 from former Brexit secretary David Davis where he promised that there will be “no downside to Brexit, only a considerable upside.” The location of this poster has not been disclosed.

Here are the tweets:

Source: MPs are being brilliantly trolled by billboards featuring their own tweets | indy100

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