Twitter users never hang about when it comes to voicing disapproval.
And when Nigel Farage announced that Scotland started at Hadrian’s Wall – it pretty much erupted.
For those of you who aren’t sure on the geography, see below.
Here’s some of the best reaction:
Hadrian's Wall isn't a border Nigel! #leadersdebate
— Phil Harper (@PAHarper) April 2, 2015
Interesting moment from Farage for his Scottish canvassers: "English tax payers cheesed off with money going over Hadrian’s wall"
— Ross Hawkins (@rosschawkins) April 2, 2015
On a technical point, Nigel, the border isn't at Hadrian's Wall. #LeadersDebate
— John O'Shea (@politicalhackuk) April 2, 2015
Over Hadrian's wall is Northumberland. Geography is not Nigel's strong point.
— Theresa May (@Theresa_Maybe) April 2, 2015
Does Nigel Fascist genuinely believe Hadrian's Wall is a real, meaningful border? lololol #leadersdebate
— Another Angry Woman (@stavvers) April 2, 2015
Who's getting fed up with learned speeches on #leadersdebate ? Sturgeon and women injecting some reality. Farage wants new Hadrian's wall?
— mary beard (@wmarybeard) April 2, 2015
— Chris Doyle (@Doylech) April 2, 2015
— Ian Brumpton (@IanBrumpton) April 2, 2015
— Steven Moore (@MrStevenMoore) April 2, 2015
Someone needs to tell Farage his geography is off! Newcastle and Cumbria are north of Hadrian's wee wall #leadersdebate
— Tia W (@LadyOfAlba) April 2, 2015