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otoshop a poppy onto David Camerons lapel. The picture, uploaded today, has obviously快3开户群保羸 been manipulated - and it sparked anger among users of the social network. It was originally posted in November 2013, and the popp
y-free version still appears in the Facebook pages image gallery. As well as reusing an existing picture, users noticed the poppy in the new image was the wrong size, and seemed to be pixellated. Now the Twitterati have been showing how Photoshop is done, while making a political point at the same time, using the #poppygate. Read more: Fury as Downing Street caught Photoshopping a poppy onto David Cameron @ZygonC tweeted: David Cameron so hard up that he cant afford to buy a poppy? Life must be so hard for him. Someone help him claim #Welfare #TaxCredits . Other users decided to dress Cameron in poppies, or else mock him by superimposing his face onto a very familar film poster. One user said: That poppy is as fake as your care for the strivers who get up at 8am every day and work and provide. Fire your graphic designer and your cabinet. Another said: Is photoshopping an unrealistic looking poppy onto a profile pic really r
especting the countrys fallen? A spokesman for Number 10 said the offending picture had been removed from the page, adding: It was an oversight. It comes after Jerem
y Corbyn confounded critics by wearing a red poppy to Prime Ministers Questions. Some claimed he would shun the red poppy, which raises money for the Royal British Legion, in favour of
his preferred white poppy, a symbol of peace. And true to form, Twitter users have started to have fun at the expense of the Prime Minister.