A TEA towel featuring Boris Johnson and the slogan 'Got Brexit Done' has become the latest Brexit memento to attract ire online.

The limited edition kitchen essential been launched through the Conservative Party to mark the UK's departure from the EU on Friday.

But not everyone will be rushing out to buy one.

Twitter critics compared it to toilet roll, edited the slogan to 'I betrayed a nation for profit' and dubbed the novelty dryer "pathetic".

It comes after Dark Materials author Philip Pullman sparked controversy online when he called for a boycott of the commemorative Brexit 50 pence - in a protest over a grammatical error.

The coin carries the message: "Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations."

Pullman insisted there should be a comma - known as the Oxford comma - after the 'and'.

The novelist said it "should be boycotted by all literate people".