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    #HungParliament: The Internet Responds to UK Election Chaos the Only Way It Can

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    Following a disastrous night for the Conservatives, the UK has a hung parliament with no party winning the 326 seats needed for an absolute majority. Whilst pundits discuss the fluidity of British politics and the pivotal role of the youth vote, the internet woke up to the #hungparliament result and immediately responded with sarcastic memes.

    Lyrical songs have also been dedicated to the Tories and the overall political mood:

    Other users thought about the repercussions for US president Donald Trump:

    Some posts however focused on the positive — Theresa May's happy place and Jeremy Corbyn's dab dance:

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