The Week In Funny Tweets

The Week In Funny Tweets

It's been a busy old week in the world of news, so here's a condensed version of what you might've missed, illustrated with funny tweets:

Jeremy Corbyn's lead in the Labour leadership race continued to grow:

The Daily Express published a very naughty front page about the BBC's plan to shoot an episode of Songs Of Praise from a Calais migrant camp:

Google set up a new parent company so they could move away from just internet-based products:

A video of Liz Kendall became a meme, and the Labour website crashed hours before the deadline to register as a voter in their leadership contest:

Teenagers received their A Level results, prompting photographers everywhere to capture the same picture of middle class white kids jumping in the air:

Tinder went on a strange Twitter tirade, and ITV sent out a very weird tweet:

Some of Julian Assange's charges were dropped, and Lord Janner was involved in a few absences from court:


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