Let’s not get started on the trend that is #Milifandom. The two front runners in the general election have each acquired an unlikely of fanbase in the form of teenage girls. Cameron has his #Cameronettes, while Miliband replaced One Direction’s band members in an oddly creepy photoshop bonanza. Take the above tweeted photo as an example.
Need more proof?
The media went on a frenzy when George Osborne visited Hecks Cider Farm with Cameron. The chancellor had his photo taken in a somewhat compromising position. Look closely and you’ll find his finger just visible below his belt. When you find it you’ll instantly know why the image went viral.
A spokesperson for agency Western Daily Press, who was in charge of the day’s photography, said: “Sharp-eyed media observers spotted something about this photograph of George Osborne that eluded Western Daily Press’ proof-readers.
The chancellor’s right finger was lingering in an unfortunate – and innuendo-laden – position when he was pictured at Hecks Cider in Street, Somerset. Sorry Mr Osborne, this was one deficit we didn’t mean to expose.”
There was also a PR Twitter battle between the Labour and Conservative party, which started when Labour MP Emma Reynolds made a few mistakes in her interview regarding housing policy.
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