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For hundreds of years, British prime ministers have weathered scandals, failure and resignations without needing to worry about Twitter. The worst they could hope for was a scathing political cartoon in the newspapers. But Theresa May's time in office came in very different days. Although the phenomenon of the online meme is far from new, she may have been the first PM to truly - if unwillingly - embrace the medium. So, as she dances out of Downing Street , here's a look back at her time in the often cruel spotlight of the online world. MARCH 2017: THE LAUGH. The writing was on the wall early on. Normally, an exchange at Prime Minister's Questions about Surrey County Council wouldn't unduly bother the Twittersphere. Full story

22 July

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