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Can You Guess The Political Story From The Emojis?

British politics, distilled into slightly bonkers colourful pictures. How many stories can you guess?

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Emojis are the language of the future.

And now they're creeping into politics. Labour's Andy Burnham is sending emojis to supporters. Australia's foreign secretary is using emojis in tweets to opponents. This is essentially the end of days for political rhetoric.

But how many of these UK political stories can you decipher after they've been translated into emoji form?

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Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

Contact Jim Waterson at jim.waterson@buzzfeed.com.

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