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ITV Leaders’ debate: Paul, Leanne and… Natalie?

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It’s one thing for someone to garble your name, though job we by an wholly opposite one is something else altogether.

Leaders of 5 domestic parties – a Liberal Democrats, Green Party, Plaid Cymru, SNP and UKIP – took partial in a live choosing discuss on ITV on Thursday.

During a debate, UKIP personality Paul Nuttall twice called Plaid Cymru’s Leanne Wood “Natalie”, twice, notwithstanding there being no Natalie on a panel.

Some online users were discerning to poke fun over a mistake, observant Mr Nuttall had confused Ms Wood for a late American singer Natalie Wood. Others, such as former Labour spin alloy Alistair Campbell, tweeted a hashtag #IAgreeWithNatalie.

Media captionUKIP’s Paul Nuttall twice got a personality of Plaid Cymru’s name wrong in a ITV leaders’ debate

Since a mishap, Ms Wood herself has posted a word Natalie on her Facebook page. One user went on to supplement that she should have called Mr Nuttall “Theresa” in response, Ms Wood replied: “I missed a pretence there.”

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Trigger and Rodney from a British TV sitcom Only Fools and Horses also featured among a online jokes. In a series, Trigger ceaselessly refers to Rodney as “Dave”, entirely assured it’s Rodney’s genuine name.

A Welsh Twitter user common a shade squeeze of a pair, with Trigger referring to Rodney as Natalie.

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A pro-Brexit Twitter comment photoshopped a podiums so a 3 women benefaction during a discuss were all called Natalie.

But Telegraph writer Tim Stanley identified them all as Natalies.

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“I consider a second one from a right is Nuttallie,” The Times’ Daniel Finkelstein suggested.

“Right, I’ve listened what they’ve all had to contend on a #ITVDebate and I’m voting for Natalie,” talkRadio horde Julia Hartley-Brewer continued on Facebook.

By a UGC and Social News team

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