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Boris Johnson Brexit street art by Whitstable artist Catman appears

'Deal or No Deal' is the question on everyone's lips at the moment... so a Whitstable street artist has depicted the conundrum in his latest piece.

Widely regarded as Kent's answer to Banksy, Catman has spray painted Boris Johnson holding one of the TV game show's mystery red boxes.

Catman's Deal or No Deal artwork (19632104)
Catman's Deal or No Deal artwork (19632104)

Catman, who is the enigmatic man behind a number of artworks across his home town, posted a photo of his work on his Instagram page.

The fresh artwork is on a street in Hatton Garden, London.

The EU logo in the piece has one fallen star to show Britain's looming exit from the union. The 12 represents the number of stars on the flag.

Tomorrow we'll learn if Mr Johnson's Brexit deal can get over the line when MPs cast their vote.

The Prime Minister secured a revised deal yesterday but faces difficulty getting approval from the House of Commons due to his lack of a majority.

Catman keeps his identity under wraps
Catman keeps his identity under wraps

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