The best Brexit memes: Cats, dumpster fires and car crashes

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As beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May fights for her survival amid a backlash from her own party around a draft agreement to leave the EU, Twitter has been flooded with memes questioning how the UK got itself into such a mess. 

This Twitter user posted their tweet after Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned. 

The well-known "this is fine" meme naturally made an appearance. 

The backlash against the draft Withdrawal Agreement to leave the EU was swift. 

The number of resignations from May's Cabinet elicited this tweet.

A quick #Brexit explainer.

The sit back and eat popcorn meme was popular.

And, of course, dumpster fires.

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