'Who will speak for England?' asks the Daily Mail - Twitter swiftly responds

Angered by David Cameron's EU reform deal, the Daily Mail decided to clear its entire front page on Thursday to pose the question - in bold red and black capitals: "Who will speak for England?"

But it probably didn't have the effect its editorial team desired as social media users responded in typically comical fashion.

Some suggested Dot Branning could do the job.

While others believed the Chuckle Brothers stood a chance.

Mr Blobby was also mentioned.

And Mr Bean was tipped as a rank outsider.

It's fair to say Twitter was full of hilarious suggestions.