Spitting Image characterises Priti Patel as a vampire
Spitting Image have released new puppets representing cabinet members in Boris Johnson's government.
Michael Gove was said to be extremely "flattered" to be a puppet, despite the use of two genitals to form his face.
Dominic Raab was represented as a karate black belt - a nod to his participation in the sport for 17 years.
Now home secretary Patel has been dressed up as a "vampire" as she becomes the latest minister to get the Spitting Image treatment.
Co-creator Roger Law said a team of artists had been working hard during lockdown to create the puppets - which include Boris Johnson and adviser Dominic Cummings.
“Everything the team have done on the new Spitting Image shows, the caricatures, puppets and satirical gags have all been done in the public interest."
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He added: “As Boris might say ‘Pro bono publico’. It’s time to come off furlough!”
Nick Heath quipped: "It'll be interesting to see what the puppet they make looks like, won't it?"
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Stephen Farrow added: "I thought these were supposed to be caricatures?"
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