One politician defended the veracity of the referendum: ‘It’s been a flawless exercise in truth and unicorn tears. The chance of finding an error is one in a million; similar to finding the Higgs Boson particle in your cornflakes or Donald Trump observing Ramadan.’
Voters have been asked to put their blind trust in a collection of MPs; all of whom have no problem being honest about their spouse, expenses or proximity to the oral cavity of dead livestock. ‘The debate is factually accurate in every detail, particularly the bits about dirty foreigners. Just keep looking into my eyes. Don’t look away. Look into my eyes. You are feeling sleepy…very sleepy…’
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