Let's be honest: Theresa May wasn't best liked.
The Prime Minister has named the date of her resignation - June 7th, the first night of Field Day in London oddly enough - and it's been greeted by a mixture of celebration and relief.
Perhaps that's churlish, perhaps it's unkind... but it's definitely the mood of the country.
Musicians are part of this, with a few people airing their views on social media.
slowthai - whose excellent debut album 'Nothing Great About Britain' charts in a few hours - was quick to get involve...
tada @theresa_may IT WAS NICE KNOWING YA BABY GIRL, SEE YA!!!— slowthai (@slowthai) May 24, 2019
Mogwai guitarist Stuart Braithwaite was also relieved to see her departure confirmed:
Currently playing the worlds tiniest violin in honour of incompetent, racist bigot Theresa May.— stuart braithwaite (@plasmatron) May 24, 2019
Stormzy made light of the situation, pointing to the resignation date coinciding with MoStack's incoming release:
Lol bait government conspiracy to distract us from the fact that MoStack’s album is out on June 7th as well https://t.co/rJSViEghqR— VOSSI BOP OUT NOW! (@stormzy) May 24, 2019
All in all, a day for Theresa May to give social media a miss...
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