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57 Photos That Prove 2015 Is The First Ever Selfie Election

What a time to be alive.

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1. The 2015 election is the first ever selfie election.

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2. Candidates across the country love a selfie.

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3. Prime Minister David Cameron loves taking a trendy selfie.

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4. Ed Miliband will try to get involved.

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5. Nick Clegg brings his mediocre selfie game.

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6. Northern Ireland's deputy first minister Martin McGuinness and his Sinn Fein Westminister election candidates love a selfie.

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7. David Cameron will frequently try to take a selfie, to no avail.

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8. People are so excited to take selfies with Cameron.

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9. But there's never a moment he's really ready for a selfie.

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10. Wherever he is.

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11. Always slightly off.

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12. Every time.

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13. Always hungry for a selfie, and never quite getting it.

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14. Nigel Farage is less into the selfie.

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15. Sure, he'll be in your selfie.

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16. Especially if you have a St. George's flag on your phone.

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17. But he ain't even touching your phone.

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18. Miliband knows his Milifans need selfies.

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19. So he'll happily pose for a selfie.

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20. Ed will even look at a selfie stick with very limited trepidation.

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21. But he's just not nailing it.

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22. The rest of the Labour party has some selfie talent.

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23. Jim Murphy and Gordon Brown know the importance of getting a good selfie, but that doesn't mean they can do it.

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24. Labour candidate for Gainsborough David Prescott can get this entire group in.

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25. He can even use a selfie stick.

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26. George Osborne can't get it at all.

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27. Boris Johnson will try to be selfie-ready.

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28. And prod curiously at the phone.

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29. He will try to handle two at once.

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30. But selfies conspire against him.

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31. And he has to flee.

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32. Nick Clegg can't even go to a fish & chip shop without getting in a selfie.

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33. He wants to take great shots.

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34. But just ends up looking uncomfortable by a van.

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35. DUP candidate Ian Paisley Jr really struggled with the selfie initially.

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36. And may have needed to get help.

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37. But, to be fair, look at his flawless goddamn skills now.

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38. But the undisputed Queen of the Selfie is Nicola Sturgeon.

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39. She'll always take a selfie.

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40. Taking selfies with ruthless efficiency.

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41. Because everyone wants one with her.

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42. Top-notch selfie-taking form.

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43. She is adept with all technologies.

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44. iPhone...

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45. Android...

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46. Even an iPad if she has to.

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47. She'll share the limelight with Alex Salmond if necessary.

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48. Look at them go.

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49. But she really doesn't need him.

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50. Her duckface is flawless.

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51. Her angles perfect.

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52. Her smile beaming.

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53. She even checks the photo afterwards.

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54. Crowds wants selfies with her.

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55. Individuals want selfies with her.

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56. Everyone wants a Sturgeon selfie.

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57. More like the Selfie Nationalist Party, right?

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