Pink mosques and the end of the world: The best tweets about the Labour Party Conference
Did we really see Ed Miliband do stand up?
What do mosque’s, clowns, and magic money trees have in common? They were all topics of conversation regarding the Labour Party Conference this week.
The running commentary machine that is Twitter provided excellent observations and tidbits of the conference that took place at the Brighton Centre this year. We expected succinct, academic observations of the political gathering. We were wrong.
What Twitter actually revealed was the fictional delivery of money trees, a baby denied entry because it didn’t have a press ticket, and people’s inability to correctly identify what a mosque looks like.
So, if you were unable to catch the conference because you were busy, you couldn’t get a ticket, or you were that infant that was denied entry without a pass then do not worry. Twitter has compiled a brief summary of everything that has happened.
Labour Party conference gets underway in Brighton…? pic.twitter.com/4tfPi0TmGK
— Bob M ?? (@bobmca1) September 25, 2017
A pink mosque in the back ground at Labour Party conference… Hilarious ? pic.twitter.com/NES1THn0S1
— tom belton?? (@tombelton5) September 25, 2017
Is that a Mosque on the screen behind D Abbott at the Labour conference.
All I needed to know about Labour
— Tweetypie Eater (@TweetypieEater) September 24, 2017
— Yes Brexit! (@YesBrexit) September 24, 2017
I've just seen a mum with a baby in a pram be refused entry to #lab17 because the baby didn't have a conference pass.
— Jamie Ross (@JamieRoss7) September 25, 2017
— Oliver (@OliverAshy) September 24, 2017
— Julia ?? (@JulesSunbeam) September 25, 2017
Confirmed: Ed Miliband WILL do a stand up routine at Labour Party Conference this year. pic.twitter.com/zRyWjWxbi5
— The Miliverse (@TheMiliverse) September 19, 2017
The Blairites have organised this deliberately, to clash with opening of Labour Party conferencehttps://t.co/iq7t5Q5uwH
— David Osland (@David__Osland) September 19, 2017