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Brexit caused shortage of strikers

The government has conceded that it's target of 32 million people on strike by the end of 2022 has been missed.

'Brexit has played a part,' admitted a government spokesman from his picket line. 'The government's target of getting the entire country on strike was always ambitious, but if anyone could do it, I think we can agree, this government could. We came close, but Brexit red-tape made it difficult to recruit public workers from overseas and it turns out that the best placards are made in France and it takes ages to import anything nowadays.'

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