People on Twitter are despairing over ’another 5’ years of Tory rule in Britain

If we’ve learned one thing from this election, it’s not to trust Twitter. If you’d been following election news via Twitter, you’d have seen many anti-Cameron and anti-Tory trends over the last few months.

The voices on Twitter clearly aren’t representative of the British public though, with the Conservatives on their way to a majority – something nobody predicted, on Twitter or off it.

Nonetheless, “Another 5” has begun trending as people run through their vision of the dystopian future we’re facing.

This guy’s face will bare the brunt of the Tory government

Some are doing a Katie Hopkins and threatening to leave

While others are worried for their eyes

More still have genuine concerns

People are blaming everyone but Labour

There are some optimists out there

And of course, there are those who are happy

But, generally, the feeling you get from Twitter is best summed up here

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