Thursday, November 26, 2020

Brexit and the Beeb

“Cherry picking” Theresa May ridiculously boasts that people living in the EU will still be able to watch the BBC post-Brexit; she’d do better to stick to galumphing through wheat fields

 

Perched on a rickety old chair, Theresa May appeared on this morning’s The Andrew Marr Show on BBC One.

 

Sporting a surprisingly snazzy blue jacket, the hectoring vicar’s daughter announced: “We’re doing a very simple thing… We’re very clear that we do want to be able to continue to trade… But we’re coming out of the Single Market” before bizarrely adding: “Let’s face it, there are lots of people in member states of the EU who like to switch on the BBC, so let’s let them.”

 

If only the world were that simple: Mrs May would do best to steer clear of matters she doesn’t understand and she’d do even better if she simply stuck to wandering in wheat fields.

 

#BetterTogether #ExitBrexit

#BringHerDown #MakeMarchTheEndOfMay

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Teresa May is MAKING GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Back her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She is far better than the alternatives and she is Britain’s only chance to join the league of Donald Trump’s MAGA AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I am rarely lost for words but even by Theresa May’s standards, this is definitely one of her most irrelevant justifications yet. Is she a cannabis addict?

  3. I can’t make out what she has around her neck. Is it a dog collar, a dog lead, or a yoke? She hasn’t got the guts to tell half the country that Brexit isn’t going to happen. A big row is due and she will get her comeuppance.

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