If you don't laugh you'll cry... Jokers see the funny side of Brexit chaos by flooding the web with hilarious memes(24 Pics)

Britain may be hopelessly divided on Brexit - but at least everyone can agree the politicians have got themselves into an almighty mess.
Jokers today flooded the Internet with Brexit memes as Cabinet ministers continued to walk out over Theresa May's draft withdrawal agreement.
One Twitter user, responding to the resignation of Dominic Raab, posted a photo of clowns sitting on a row of chairs and quipped, 'May gets straight on with the job of interviewing for a new Brexit secretary'.
Others suggested Mrs May's position had gone nuclear, with one person sharing an image of a mushroom cloud with the caption, 'Let's go over to Brexit discussions right now'.
Adrian Hawley jested that Noel Edmonds should be brought in to 'sort out this mess' - as at least he'd decide straight away if it was 'Deal or No Deal'.
Meanwhile, Joe McMillan shared a photo of a lorry driving down a road with its load on fire next to the wry comment, 'In other news, at least Brexit is going down well.'  
Jokers today flooded the Internet with Brexit memes as Cabinet ministers continued to walk out over Theresa May's draft withdrawal agreement. This Twitter user showed a row of clowns queueing up to replace Dominic Raab after he resigned as Brexit secretary 
Others suggested Mrs May's position had gone nuclear, with one person sharing an image of a mushroom cloud with the caption, 'Let's go over to Brexit discussions right now'
Comedian David Baddiel suggested he should take the role of Brexit secretary only to resign so Mrs May could say 'No Deal is better than a Baddiel' 
Meanwhile, Joe McMillan shared a photo of a lorry driving down a road with its load on fire next to the wry comment, 'In other news, at least Brexit is going down well'
Labour Councillor Drew Gale called the Brexit process an 'absolute farce' and demanded Mrs May call a general election 
Following Mr Raab's resignation, this Twitter user showed a dog sitting in a burning house and quipped, 'Theresa May going into parliament today'
Adrian Hawley jested that Noel Edmonds should be brought in to 'sort out this mess' - as at least he'd decide straight away if it was 'Deal or No Deal'
This Twitter user thought this image of Mrs May grimacing best summed up the state of the Brexit process 
Richard Alexander Lugner shared a GIF of a pair of weighing scales with the arrow pointing to 'bad' to summarise the state of the negotiations
Cristina Sarraille shared this image from the hit film Pulp Fiction to sum up how Mrs May might be feeling this morning 
Another Twitter user made fun of Mr Raab for resigning over the Brexit deal despite it having been his job to negotiate it 
Jonathan L Howard suggested the former Brexit secretary was like a cartoon character sprinting away from exploding bombs 
Pia Josephson was another Twitter user to post this meme showing a dog inside a burning house to sum up the state of the negotiations 
'Hannah W' attacked Mr Raab for resigning over a Brexit deal that 'he helped negotiate'  
Chris Adams suggested he could provide politicians with drafts of their resignation letter to save them the trouble 
Memes about Mr Raab's resignation as Brexit secretary were a common theme for online jokers 
Christopher Snowdon thought he had something to offer to the role - gormless optimism 
'Major Bloodnok' share a picture of the character's on BBC sitcom Hi-de-Hi! and joked they resembled Mr Raab, chief Brexit civil servant Ollie Robbins and EU negotiator Sabine Weyand
Ewa Lewszyk joined hundreds of other people on social media giving their reaction to today's Brexit developments 
'Theo' joked that the wave of Cabinet resignations resembled a crowd of stick men falling off a ledge 
Ross Wishart shared a GIF of a man happily riding along in a horse and cart until it falls apart when he hits a bump 
Nairn McDonald made fun of Mrs May's reaction to her Brexit secretary's resignation by posting this GIF 
This Twitter user shared a gif of someone walking out of an upstairs window to mocked Mr Raab's resignation 
Kieran Barry was another person to use a scene from Pulp Fiction to sum up what was going on 
If you don't laugh you'll cry... Jokers see the funny side of Brexit chaos by flooding the web with hilarious memes(24 Pics) If you don't laugh you'll cry... Jokers see the funny side of Brexit chaos by flooding the web with hilarious memes(24 Pics) Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 04:10 Rating: 5

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