The Mail’s front page reads like an angsty piece of teenage poetry, but from the eighteenth century – or a really angry bit from a rap mangled through a thesaurus.
Here it is in all its demented glory:
This weirdly verbose splash is a response to the Tory rebels who defeated the government and forced a “meaningful” parliamentary vote on the Brexit deal last night.
Well, the internet is less concerned about increasing democratic scrutiny, and here are its alternative front pages to prove it:
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) December 14, 2017
— Lord Snoutintrough #FBPE (@Rowland72James) December 14, 2017
The Daily Mail isn’t taking the #BrexitBill vote very well – targeting the Tory rebels. They should take a look at the bile that they inject into British culture to see that the problem is them… #DitchTheDailyMail – they don’t even pay their taxes… pic.twitter.com/3JcYt4xkom
— Not So Strong (@StrongerStabler) December 14, 2017
From cheering the blackshirts via appeals to crush the saboteurs the Daily Mail has had been on wrong side of history in headlines loads of times; today’s cover is just the latest pic.twitter.com/HndFSYoGxv
— Rupa Huq MP (@RupaHuq) December 14, 2017
Tomorrow’s daily mail front page translated pic.twitter.com/v2feUFb0yP
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) December 13, 2017
Since the referendum, too many MPs (from various parties) have put their party or personal interest above the national interest.
We should be proud of all those who are brave and dignified enough to do the opposite. pic.twitter.com/lWNK2RayGZ
— Francis Grove-White (@f_grovewhite) December 14, 2017
— Joshua Zitser (@mrjoshz) December 14, 2017
Well done, guys. We hope you’re proud of yourselves.