Tired of Brexit discussions, Theresa May has decided to focus her fictitious EU negotiations on fictitious EU countries. Mrs May said that Britain’s future lay outside the EU - somewhere ‘near’ Loompa Land – and that she was ready to be seduced by Rufus T. Firefly.
Pointing to the success of Grand Fenwick in retaining its independence, the Prime Minister assured business leaders that she would look for a free trade agreement similar to that of Arendelle – ‘but with less songs’. She insisted that she would be tackling the small problem of immigration – starting with Lilliput.
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