This week David Cameron has announced a series of moves, promotions and demotions in a Conservative cabinet reshuffle.
One of the biggest moves was that of Michael Gove, from Education Secretary to Chief Whip. Gove, who’s educational reforms have never been short of controversial, hasn’t been popular among teachers. Here are some of the best responses from Tuesday’s announcement.
1. The creator of the Vine of Michael Gove falling over.
Here’s it again with some comedy sound effects.
2. This tweeter
— Vicky Charles (@SingleMAhoy) July 15, 2014
Who shared a link to a site where people can ‘Slap Gove’
3. The inventor of the #DingDongGoveisGone hastag
Is it too early for champagne? #dingdonggoveisgone
— Angela (@AngeSciTeach) July 15, 2014
4. These dogs
— Charlotte Emma (@CharlotteDArcy) July 15, 2014
Not technically people, but who can resist dogs in party hats?
5. This child
— Garden Historians (@gardenhistorian) July 15, 2014
6. Mrs Moat
mrs moat just ran out of the room squealing with excitement because she found out michael gove has been removed as education secretary
— sophie (@sophiehumphrey) July 15, 2014
7. The researcher who found this article from Gove’s time at University
— Caroline Penn (@ThePennyDrops) July 19, 2014
8. These students
— Kates Bush (@katesbush) July 15, 2014
9. Nusrath’s teacher
@SirMichaelGove My teacher never liked you.
— Nusrath Hussain (@Nusrath97) July 15, 2014
11. This mature education worker
@SirMichaelGove ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Nobody likes you!!!!!!!!!!!! ner ner na ner ner!!!!!!!
— Jacky Swift (@jackswift) July 15, 2014
12. An photoshopper and House of Cards fan who works at the Huffington Post
13. And then there was The Queen
Seeing ministers sacked. Best day of the year. Best day of the year by a country mile. #reshuffle
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) July 15, 2014
This twitter account is held by the 100% by the Queen and definitely not a parody account.