Nigel Farage’s 2014 Christmas card features him in a white van running over other party leaders. The card was designed by the Daily Telegraph cartoonist Christian Adams and references the infamous tweet sent out by Labour MP Emily Thornberry on the day of the Rochester and Strood by-election.
Gordon Brown’s 2009 Christmas card pictured a miniature ornament of number 10 Downing Street hanging by a thread. It was worryingly reminiscent of reality, with Brown’s leadership under scrutiny at the time.
Both comments were referenced in his less-than-subtle 2013 Christmas card.
And finally, Tony Blair’s current effort takes some beating. The former prime minister appears in front of a grand window, smiling beside his wife Cherie. The words “season’s greetings” appear in swirly text in top left corner.
Tony Blair’s office reportedly said it was a “very nice picture”.