This weekend, Twitter was angry. Specifically, Twitter users were angry at the Coalition government and launched a #CameronMustGo hashtag that went viral overnight.
It was started by Jon Swindon, who claims to also be the co-founder of the #WeBackEd hashtag. Jon asked users to tweet at the same time to maximise the chances of people seeing it across Twitter.
1. There were a lot of genuine concerns. Things like cuts to the poorest in society.
5. And large cuts to the NHS are exactly why health workers are on strike today.
7. And politicians got involved too, with a former deputy prime minister noting that David Cameron's government has broken his pre-election promise on climate change.
8. The massive increase in the use of food banks were a particular cause for concern.
11. And some alluded to a government programme that meant unemployed people had to work for free to get their benefits.
12. The Tories' economic plans were also torn apart.
13. While the increase in cost of living was also criticised.
15. While one guy pointed to the decadent menu Cameron tweeted out at the G8 summit.
16. Other reasons Cameron should go? Because journalist Owen Jones said so.
17. Others suggested that there's a decent backup waiting in the wings.
18. Some people said that Cameron should go because the BBC hadn't covered the hashtag.
Perhaps the most important point was this: People complaining on Twitter should make sure they vote in next year's elections.
Siraj Datoo is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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