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Jacob Rees-Mogg’s “arrogant” House of Commons behaviour has been hilariously photoshopped

Last night, MPs debated whether to take control of parliamentary business – the first step in their effort to stop a no-deal Brexit on 31st October.

However, not everyone was enthralled by proceedings.

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Leader of the House of Commons and Victorian relic Jacob Rees-Mogg spent much of the debate spreadeagled across the Commons benches – appearing as though the whole thing was barely worth his time.

True to form, however, social media has been quick to ridicule Rees-Mogg, and turn his cocky repose into a series of hilarious photoshops. Here are a few of the best:

We imagine Downing Street might have a word with Jacob about sitting up straight in future debates.

3 responses to “Jacob Rees-Mogg’s “arrogant” House of Commons behaviour has been hilariously photoshopped

  1. Ellitist, arrogant, disrespectful, rude, contemptuous,. A normal day for todays conservative party. Always voted conservative, now ashamed I ever did

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