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13 Brexit-themed memes about Halloween that are as scary as they are relatable

‘BETRAYAL.'

With October 31 marking the final Halloween before Brexit Day, it seems only right to joyfully mash the two together in meme matrimony.

Using the Press Association’s photo archive of Britain’s journey out of the European Union and the key players involved, the following images display Halloween as you may have seen it before – depending on how much you keep up with the news.

1. Halloween can be a night of treachery.

Nigel Farage meme
(Victoria Jones/PA)

2. Choosing a costume can be easy if you’ve got the confidence.

An anti-Brexit demonstrator with flags
(Dominic Lipinski/PA)

3. But the spooky parties often come back for revenge.

A dog eating a Boris Johnson doll
(Yui Mok/PA)

4. Halloween can be a time to be daring.

Theresa May looking into a boiling pot
(Stefan Rousseau/PA)

5. But don’t risk the wrath of the little ones looking for something sweet.

Pro-EU signs
(Johnathan Brady/PA)

6. Or give it your best shot if treats are in short supply.

Boris Johnson with cups of tea
(Aaron Chown/PA)

7. There’s always one costume that will creep you out.

Corbyn looking at someone with beady eyes
(Aaron Chown/PA)

8. Just hope you don’t meet anyone too strange.

Two dogs meet in the street at Brexit march
(Yui Mok/PA)

9. With great pumpkin comes great responsibility.

Juncker holding up a shirt reading 27
(Brian Lawless/PA)

10. Halloween is never so exciting as when you were small.

Nigel Farage smiling
(Victoria Jones/PA)

11. And dressing up can easily become the art of escape as you get older.

Corbyn waving to supporters
(Stefan Rousseau/PA)

12. Horror movies rarely surprise.

David Cameron walking on the street
(Jeremy Selwyn/Evening Standard/PA)

13. Just remember to breathe.

Jeremy Corbyn lifting his visor
(Aaron Chown/PA)

Happy Brexit Halloween.

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