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Attentive readers will be aware that Mr Hyde, the new free email service from the team behind ShortList, launches this week.

Dropping neatly into your inbox every day, Mr Hyde gives you the lowdown on, among other things, the best steaks to eat, the best bars to drink in and the best new films to watch. If you haven’t already signed up at MrHyde.com, we’d strongly advise you do so.

To celebrate Mr Hyde’s inception, we will be running a weekly competition where we’ll be asking you to add a suitably amusing caption to a topical picture.

We’re kicking it off with this image of Boris Johnson. Think you can come up with something better than "That's it Cameron, pop yourself down on the whoopee cushion"? Don’t just sit there congratulating yourself – tweet your caption @Mr_Hyde or let us know in the comments below. The winner will be announced in one of next week’s Mr Hyde emails.

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