The social media legacy of David Cameron and what next...

As the Nation gets ready to welcome a new Prime Minister and the camera crews move into pole position outside the front door of Number 10, the media channels were buzzing with dialogue over the ‘big move’ and what housekeeping is needed behind the famous black door to make the transition as smooth as possible. At PM’s question today, David Cameron was even asked to clarify the ownership of ‘Larry the Cat’. In a heart wrenching response he stated (as quoted directly on @Number10gov):   PM: Larry the cat belongs to No10. The staff love him very much and so do I. #PMQs — UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) 13 July 2016   Whilst our thoughts are with Larry, our eyes have been drawn to a more feathered variety in the form of the official Twitter account for Number 10 Downing Street, namely @Number10gov. And ironically if today was a popularity contest between ‘Larry the Cat’, who has his own twitter profile and Theresa May, the incumbent PM would be losing out to her feline colleague who currently has over 61 thousand followers. The social presence stats of the day look like this […]

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