Theresa May mocked up as Deal or No Deal contestant in viral video

PUBLISHED: 13:11 17 November 2018 | UPDATED: 13:11 17 November 2018

Noel Edmonds on Deal or No Deal. Photograph: Channel 4.

Noel Edmonds on Deal or No Deal. Photograph: Channel 4.

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A video of Theresa May mocked up as a Deal Or No Deal contestant has gone viral on social media.

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The video, created by Rich Mayes, echoes The New European’s front cover last October when the prime minister claimed that “no deal is better than a bad deal.”

In the video she can be seen dancing to the hot seat on the Channel 4 programme and appearing alongside presenter Noel Edmonds.

Other politicians in the video clip include Boris Johnson - who’s box contains a £350m figure - and shadow home secretary Diane Abbott.

As Theresa May takes a call from EU president Jean-Claude Juncker she is seen saying “no deal” she is left with the remaining boxes on the table - a general election or a People’s Vote.

The 52 second clip, created by graphic designer and animator Rich Mayes, has had more than a million views on Facebook and Twitter in just four days.

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