Charlie Hebdo's Beheaded Theresa May Front Cover Is Obviously Proving Controversial

The French magazine's catching some flack

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Charlie Hebdo has landed itself in hot water with their latest front cover, which takes aim at British Prime Minister Theresa May.

She appears on the front cover of their latest issue holding her own head with the caption "English multiculturalism", with May saying "too much is too much" - a dig at her "enough is enough" catchphrase following the London Bridge attacks.

Another cartoon referencing the attack last week in which eight people died also appears inside the magazine. The image shows people running from terror whilst one of them carries his pint, with the caption 'Slimming advice from Isis'.

The joke hasn't gone down well with those who feel the dig is in poor taste.