Download your Monsters of Brexit masks
Going trick-or-treating tonight? Download and print our Monsters of Brexit masks and dress as something truly terrifying
If you're out knocking doors for Halloween tonight, why not go as the ultimate trick - Brexit?
The New European has created four masks you can download and print, each featuring a Brexit villain. Simply cut them out, mount them on card and - if you're feeling particularly Blue Peter - laminate them, and terrify your neighbours who will want to Remain in their houses.
There's terrifying Therezom, who walks the land, refusing to die...
Bojo The Clown, who thinks he's It but whose plans are far from penny wise...
You may also want to watch:
Moggferatu, who came from the 18th century to drink your peasant blood...
and the frightening Faggenstain, who brought monstrous ideas back from the dead...
And don't forget to tweet your scary pictures to @TheNew European - we'll feature the best on our Twitter feed. Don't have nightmares...
- 1 European parliament agrees to add British overseas territories to post-Brexit tax haven blacklist
- 2 Pro-Brexit fishing campaigner says Boris Johnson's deal has left her with 'no fish'
- 3 Minister terminates interview after suggesting public's age and weight to blame for UK's high death toll
- 4 This picture of Boris Johnson on the phone to Joe Biden has caused a stir
- 5 Telegraph columnist blames Angela Merkel for Brexit
- 6 Boris Johnson to visit Scotland this week in attempt to shore up the union
- 7 Brexiteer calls for UK to save Eurostar - by buying it and renaming it 'Britstar'
- 8 Petition launched to cancel 'festival of Brexit' event in 2022
- 9 Brussels to launch campaign teaching younger Britons about the EU
- 10 Tory minister admits UK rejected EU's music visa offer in order to 'take back control' of borders
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