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8 March 2017, 15:54
This awkward video of Theresa May laughing with a little too much gusto has gone viral - but there's been plenty of other great Tweets in reaction to Philip Hammond's first Budget.
The Prime Minister's vigorous laugh at Jeremy Corbyn's question in the Commons caused people to react in ...well, all sorts of ways:
Is Theresa May okay?pic.twitter.com/q7NHmVUq7s— Gissur Simonarson (@GissiSim) March 8, 2017
Some people got very creative with their responses:
Theresa May swallowing a fish pic.twitter.com/pKmLfgJPBZ— Reddit GIFs (@tehgifs) March 8, 2017
Theresa May has an…. interesting way of laughing pic.twitter.com/JiGXGRP6QM— Jon Stone (@joncstone) March 8, 2017
And in what was seen by many as a dry Budget, the Chancellor's own gags also drew some comment:
Chancellor or stand up comic? Philip Hammond says Jeremy Corbyn is "so far down a black hole that even Stephen Hawking has disowned him"— Agatha Brolan (@AJBrolan) March 8, 2017
Some good jokes in the budget today. And Philip Hammond was quite funny too #Budget2017— Chris Morgan (@MrMorgy) March 8, 2017
Jokes coming thick and fast. Philip Hammond has always been quite funny in private - clearly now has the confidence to do it in public...— Rupert Harrison (@rbrharrison) March 8, 2017