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This week, Theresa May and the Conservative party launched their manifesto for the 2017 snap-election.
It featured huge regulations on how the internet operates, including allowing the government to decide what is said online, ending free school lunches for children in their first years of primary school, and a doubling of the Immigration Skills Charge for companies employing migrant workers.
Not terrified yet?
Well in that case, maybe some of these ingenious Photoshops will help contribute to your feeling of impending dread.
People got rather inventive with Mrs May's shadow; including references to our lizard overlords.
'Come into my cabinet said the spider to the fly'
@TechnicallyRon I see your long armed Theresa May and raise you a multiple shadow armed one. Does this help or hind… https://t.co/cWi7t2Mlar — Craig Poxon (@Craig Poxon)
@BBCNews @hendopolis The story says one thing but the picture says Theresa May is a Slenderman complete with shadow… https://t.co/1DxwnSBFXM — Andy CT (@Andy CT)
What is life?
i photoshopped theresa may with really long arms and i don't know why i did it and now i might never sleep again https://t.co/3IxWeo37XN — TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon)
@TechnicallyRon Same. https://t.co/JazEmuiL2y — Dave Miller (@Dave Miller)
"If she doesn't scare you...."
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