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13 Incredibly Awkward Pictures Of Politicians Standing In Front Of Unfortunate Signs

We've all been there.

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1. Ed Balls got unlucky when this The Book Of Mormon advert snuck up behind him.

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2. David Cameron made the mistake of loitering outside Peacocks while out campaigning in Dunfermline.

Michael Schofield

3. Nick Clegg was trying to convince voters in Richmond that he was a man of the people. Oops.

Gareth Fuller/PA

4. Theresa May accidentally rewrote the Conservatives’ “A Better Future” slogan at their 2014 party conference.

Laura Lean/City AM

5. With suit jacket straining, David Cameron ambled past a food van in a timber yard in Reading.

Lewis Whyld/PA

6. Fluffy-haired Boris Johnson was blissfully unaware of the comedy being advertised on the bus behind him.

PA

7. Gordon Brown arrived at a meeting in London, weeks before he exited the stage as prime minister.

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8. George Osborne unwittingly blocked out most of the Conservatives sign behind him.

Luke MacGregor / Reuters

9. Gordon Brown chatted to students at Loughborough University.

Lewis Whyld/PA

10. What on earth was Harriet Harman thinking about while she campaigned for the 2010 election?

Luke MacGregor / Reuters

11. Poor Tony Blair, he really wasn't that long in the tooth.

12. Think positive, Dave.

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13. A warning to all as Nigel Farage walks past.

Anna Gowthorpe / PA Wire

Emily Ashton is a senior political correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

Contact Emily Ashton at emily.ashton@buzzfeed.com.

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