The SKWAWKBOX has been the subject of a considerable amount of media interest lately, but it seems the blog’s influence is reaching some new places.
Last night, the SKWAWKBOX posted an analysis of the BBC’s Question Time Leaders’ Special, which included an image of 9 older, Tory men who, out of around 120 in the audience got to ask 29% of the questions – including a lot of finger-jabbing at Jeremy Corbyn about the idea of incinerating innocents:
That image seems to have struck a chord and it has been used in a number of tweets, independently of the article that first showed it:
Can enyone spot the common denominator pic.twitter.com/15TuIZEAhq
— J (@_johnnyjazz) June 2, 2017
But the image also caught the fancy of comedian Joe Lycett, who shared it on his Instagram feed with an inimitable comment:
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