Brits are seriously taking the piss out of David Cameron with the #ResignCameron hashtag
David Cameron's tax strife is the biggest story in Britain at the moment.
— Simon Cullen (@Simon_Cullen) April 8, 2016
Amid further revelations through the Panama Papers leaks about the prime minister's familial connections to offshore tax havens, pressure is mounting on Cameron to provide further information about his finances, with some people calling on him to resign and even be imprisoned.
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) April 8, 2016
Starting early on Friday, the #resigncameron hashtag started trending on Twitter, and it has struck a chord with British voters.
Here are some of our favourite responses so far:
— Shane Rae (@shane_r) April 8, 2016
— RedLabourBarrow (@RedLabourBarrow) April 7, 2016
— Stuart Robertson (@stupendous223) April 8, 2016
These old tweets from Cameron and his Chancellor are being quoted and RT'd by many commentators:
— James Cleverley (@JamesCleverley1) April 8, 2016
— mel 🥀 (@melaniedrinnan) April 8, 2016
People are enjoying themselves at least...
— Paula Tooths (@paulatooths) April 8, 2016
— Jane Symons (@JaneSymons1) April 8, 2016
Alas, Father Ted memes are the most popular choice, it seems...
— Shabs (@Shabado_Joe) April 8, 2016
— Manda Scott (@MandaScott) April 8, 2016