Finally, something everyone can agree on. UK party leaders Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer, Nigel Farage and Sir Ed Davey have put aside their differences and all spoken out to call for harsh punishment of the Just Stop Oil protesters who sprayed orange cornflour over Stonehenge today.

The PM kept things brief. Keir Starmer was cutting. Meanwhile, Nigel Farage used the vandalism as an excuse to attack a rival party: “These people should go to prison. It is alarming that many Labour MPs support the aims of this dangerous organisation.” Then, there was notorious law-and-order advocate Davey, who managed to combine the best bits from his rivals’ statements: “The damage to Stonehenge is a total disgrace and the full force of the law should be brought down on the perpetrators.”

Even former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher got involved: “Don’t fuck with the stones man they have mystical powers hope they all wake up tmoz and are all orange toads [sic].” Safe to say that Gallagher’s agreement definitely maybe won’t help Sunak.