5 perfect reactions to the upcoming Tory childcare announcement
Rather than release actual manifestos like the cavepeople used to do, the parties contesting this year’s general election have been drip-feeding policies to the public like a toddler aggressively chucking stale bread at the unfortunate ducks on a frozen pond. This teaser-trailer from the BBC’s political editor is the latest.
Big hint from PM about childcare announcement coming in manifesto
— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) November 18, 2019
Hang on …Childcare + Boris Johnson = joke opportunity. These five reactions had it covered.
'Secret' kids to be made tax deductible. https://t.co/iSlRC3DzLj
— barney farmer (@barneyfarmer) November 18, 2019
Is he going to start looking after his own kids? https://t.co/xhbnrzdDTm
— Liam Young (@liamyoung) November 18, 2019
Has he agreed to pay his mistresses child support? https://t.co/NkDVSfsjpK
— Keith Burge (@carryonkeith) November 18, 2019
By text? https://t.co/tDpVeVKLQl
— Jessica Simor QC (@JMPSimor) November 18, 2019
I know I know!
He suspects that the childcare his spouses pay is for more than 3 kids but definitely less than 15 https://t.co/T3XWm7Et4t
— Han Dodges 🤬🤔😂✌️ (@Satiresocialist) November 18, 2019
Without stating the obvious, Frankie Boyle said what most people were thinking.
Like a lot of supposedly funny politicians, Boris has no sense of irony https://t.co/Gm0avGq9AB
— Frankie Boyle (@frankieboyle) November 18, 2019
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