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British politician returns after Twitter hiatus, is immediately trolled

LONDON — Conservative Party politician Michael Gove had been on a Twitter hiatus; until the last couple of days, not a peep had been heard from the MP since mid-July.  On Oct. 2, he decided to re-enter the tweeting game, firing off five tweets in the space of two days. Most of these tweets were the generic stuff one expects from the account of a politician: fluff like, "Delighted for @ edballs - a labour victory we can all celebrate" and "Theresa May's speech today quite superb".
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