The Daily Telegraph switched into full-on ‘crush the mutineers’ mode with today’s front page. It’s as if they’re worried that Brexit might not happen.
Here are 10 of our favourite responses online.
The Telegraph is doubtless hoping they get bullied, but many of us are glad to have this useful guide to who put country before party. pic.twitter.com/n7FrOhtZiy
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 15, 2017
When honest dissent is classed as mutiny, there is a serious problem with the democratic system. pic.twitter.com/BVQyqfoL12
— Stig Abell (@StigAbell) November 14, 2017
I mean the issue with this splash is that the new MPs' portraits look so friendly that this feels like the start of a new sitcom. pic.twitter.com/oXBH30YL5D
— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) November 14, 2017
— Julian Pye (@photodiary) November 15, 2017
— Anna Soubry MP (@Anna_Soubry) November 14, 2017
I mean, you'd have thought they'd have realised something was up when they all got invited to that mutineers' photoshoot. pic.twitter.com/IKe2mr6Np6
— Chris Addison (@mrchrisaddison) November 15, 2017
Traitors! To the Russian cause. pic.twitter.com/aAetINTMQf
— David Baddiel (@Baddiel) November 15, 2017
This year’s advent calendar is going to be great. A chocolate behind every mutineer pic.twitter.com/Ia2CI05yjx
— Matt Burgess (@mattburgess1) November 15, 2017
For a more dramatic Telegraph frontpage, replace the pictures of MPs with your favourite band pic.twitter.com/lYX1OrqCV0
— Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) November 15, 2017
If fighting for the best possible future for our country and our government is considered mutiny – then bring it on. pic.twitter.com/fTvOXqwhF5
— Heidi Allen (@heidiallen75) November 14, 2017
And here’s how the Sun’s editor, former Telegraph executive Tony Gallagher, thought of it.
I can’t see what’s wrong with p1 of the Telegraph today. It’s called journalism. Absurd over-reaction.
— Tony Gallagher (@tonygallagher) November 15, 2017