A spokesperson for the far-right group Britain First has confirmed that their leader Paul Golding and deputy leader Jayda Fransen will revert to grunting and carving primitive messages in cave walls after the pair were banned from Twitter. 

Twitter have already released a statement to say that the two accounts have been suspended over the company’s ‘Cockwombling Policy.’

Their spokesperson said: ‘We have already tried waving a cross at their iPhones, but they are still unable to login.’

’Therefore, for the foreseeable future we will have no option other than scrawling our campaign messages in cave walls and grunting in front of large groups of people.’

The new policy is already in effect, with party members gathering at a rally in Maidstone listening to a 20 minute speech that sounded like a cross between Jabba The Hutt and an Um Bongo commercial.