Whoops! Tory minister poses in front of graffiti that says ‘Sack Cameron’

Reposted from the Mirror

This will make you laugh..

The photographer and the MP were oblivious

They say a picture tells a thousand words but this one says just two – ‘sack Cameron’.

Unfortunately for Conservative MP Matthew Hancock, he failed to notice the ‘tribute’ to his boss when he posed for a picture on London’s Southbank.

The picture appears in the latest issue of Total Politics magazine, which is distributed freely to politicians across the country.  

Total Politics deputy editor Jess Bowie posted the picture on Twitter today, adding that their photographer ‘hadn’t seen the graffito’ before asking Mr Hancock to pose.

 

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All smiles: Matthew Hancock MP in front of the ‘sack Cameron’ graffiti the photographer apparently didn’t see

 

And if you’re about to say “You couldn’t make it up’, well, someone already has.

A similar gaff appeared in the political satire The Thick of It, starring the famously foul mouthed spin doctor Malcolm Tucker.

Rebecca Front’s character Nicola Murray was caught on camera in front of a billboard promoting her colleague Liam Bentley, but obscured the sign until it just read ‘I am bent’.

 

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Life imitating art: Malcolm Tucker (Peter Capaldi) wasn’t happy when one of his ministers posed in front of an embarrassing sign

 

 

Mr Hancock, 35, was elected in 2010 as the Member of Parliament for West Suffolk.

An Oxford University graduate, he is married to Martha and has three young children.

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