It's was a big day for George.
It was his much-anticipated Autumn Statement on Thursday and he took to Twitter to set out his vision....
Today I'll present the Autumn Statement in which we will show how we're working through our long term plan to deliver a responsible recovery— George Osborne (@George_Osborne) December 5, 2013
... which Twitter largely rejected.
1. This succinct offering was first out the blocks...
@George_Osborne twat— Scott Jones (@ScottJonesy) December 5, 2013
2. Did she mean to put a kiss?
@George_Osborne hope you end the speech with your resignation x— Joanne wood (@jowood7138) December 5, 2013
(turns out she did)
@HuffPostUK yes I did— Joanne wood (@jowood7138) December 5, 2013
@George_Osborne or just tell us lies and continue to rob workers of money while bankers continue to get away with defrauding the world— Andrew McVittie (@vougiedipond) December 5, 2013
4. This is our new favourite insult...
@George_Osborne What age will you retire Gideon you spunk bubble!— Tele Savalas (@Svenvelope) December 5, 2013
.@George_Osborne Planning to kill more poor people, George?— Robin Stacey (@greywulf) December 5, 2013
@George_Osborne And consigning millions to poverty.— Paul Larkin (@paullarkin74) December 5, 2013
7. No wait, this is our new favourite insult...
@George_Osborne spend more you wet lipped monkey— Will Moriarty (@will_moriarty) December 5, 2013
8. Actually, this is the greatest insult of all time....
@George_Osborne No one has an ounce of faith in anything you say, you parasitic pool of curdled warthog's puke. Nasty. Nasty. Nasty.— anthony nicholas (@antnich) December 5, 2013
9. This could be a compliment...
10. And this is.... SUPPORT!!!
@George_Osborne Do the business George!— AvaH70 (@Ava70h) December 5, 2013
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