The only 14 responses you need to todays Daily Express front page

That well-known bastion of fairness and reason, The Daily Express, has published a front page containing a veiled threat. Actually, its not particularly veiled. This is what it looks like.

These 14 responses pretty much say it all.


Are we ever going to move onto the “actual fucking details” part of brexit or do we move straight from the “vaguely threatening wankily-typeset jingoistic slogans on flags” stage straight to the final “alright, wheres my cancer medication and food gone” phase?

— James Felton (@JimMFelton) June 11, 2018


It seems some people still arent getting behind Brexit. Maybe theyll be convinced if we manufacture some outrage so loud and deranged I think I can actually see a vein popping on that second capital L.

— Katie (@supermathskid) June 11, 2018


This pathetic fucking wet diarrhoea fart of mindless jingoism and cunt-pleasing soundbites, splattered all over the fetid fucking lavatory bowl of the Union Flag to be lapped up by nasty, slack-jawed bigots who get a stiffy at the very mention of WW2.

This is Britain, 2018.

— LGBTea Spiller ?️‍? (@SpillerOfTea) June 11, 2018


This is why front pages like this Daily Express one today are so dangerous.

— Adam Bienkov (@AdamBienkov) June 12, 2018


Dear Sun and Express. This British Parliamentary sovereignty you crave involves MPs voting according to their consciences. Sometimes theyll disagree with you. Thats not betrayal: its called democracy

— alan rusbridger (@arusbridger) June 12, 2018


I mean, surely this is as close to a death threat as you can publish?

One of our hardworking MPs was murdered in the streets of her home town for her political views not long ago.

The Daily Express should hang their head in shame.

— Amelia-Rose Tighe (@AmeliaRoseTighe) June 11, 2018


the only thing the Daily Express loves more than pretending Brexit protects the traditions and sovereignty of the UK is LOUDLY AND ANGRILY THREATENING THE TRADITIONS AND SOVEREIGNTY OF THE UK

— Katie (@supermathskid) June 11, 2018


The Sun and The Express are basically drunken football hooligans who have accidentally stumbled into the last night of the proms.

— James Melville (@JamesMelville) June 11, 2018

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