Something is happening on Twitter.... are politicians becoming... cool?
Am I tough enough to lead the #Milifandom? Hell yes I'm tough enough!— Abby Tomlinson (@twcuddleston) April 21, 2015
Has to be said tho, the teenagers on #milifandom make more cogent and intelligent arguments about politics than a lot of people my age (23.)— Alex Shilling (@alexshilling) April 22, 2015
I'm not doing any interviews. I have as levels. Sorry.
— Abby Tomlinson (@twcuddleston) April 22, 2015
On behalf of @twcuddleston, please do not send her any further messages asking for interviews as she has AS levels to revise for. Thank you— Erin ☆♡ (@erinxsylvia) April 22, 2015
@twcuddleston Hi Abby - Delighted that you’ve joined Labour, welcome.— Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) April 22, 2015
Ed Miliband says his wife "went from amused to bemused" over #milifandom— norman smith (@BBCNormanS) April 22, 2015
Grant Shapps is setting up the teenage Cameron fan account as we speak.— Matt Leys (@mattleys) April 22, 2015
"The brainchild of the #cameronettes is 21-year-old Exeter University economics and politics student and Conservative Charlie Evans."— Sam Parker (@samparkercouk) April 22, 2015
Pretty sure pretending to be a 13yo girl on the internet is frowned upon these day #cameronettes— Soph (@dexychik) April 22, 2015
The #Cameronettes are the worst attempt at a follow-up since Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull— Musa Okwonga (@Okwonga) April 22, 2015