Brexit Terminology Explained

Brexit” – a pipe dream of the over 50’s to prove that the UK is still a world force

Cabinet” – a room full of liars, backstabbers & cowards

Self-Interest” – see previous point

Brexit Secretary” – laughing stock

May” – Cruella de Vil without the charisma

Corbyn” – useless, anti-war, anti-establishment, anti everything, pro-Brexit but not allowed to say

ERG” – old Etonian drinking club

Jacob Rees Mogg” – upper class intelligent twit

House of Commons” – Private Members Club (commoners not allowed)

Tusk” – pantomime villain

Brussels” – Gravy Train (invite only)

Boris” – deluded buffoon, to be wheeled out like a performing monkey when mood needs to be lightened

Farage” – a more sinister version of a “Boris”

Gove” – alternative word for weasel

Bercow” – little man syndrome

Backstop” – the ‘MacGuffin‘ that drives the plot but doesn’t actually exist

Bendy Banana Ban” – a myth perpetuated by Brexiteers

Democracy” – can be spoken about but not acted upon

Article 50” – two harmless words that when put together have brought the UK to it’s knees.

Voters” – should be seen but not heard

Brexiteers” – little Englanders

Remainers” – hanging on

29 March 2019” – the last Friday of the 3rd month

Press” – a rabid, hungry bunch of dogs looking for juicy morsels

Europe” – the pretend enemy within

Author: Martin Makepeace

Englishman living and working in Ibiza since 1991. Entrepreneur with a passion for villas, boats, sunsets and San Antonio. Owner of Ibiza Property Shop and Ibiza Speedboats.

5 thoughts on “Brexit Terminology Explained”

  1. a really good way go alienate a lot of your readers (or now your ex readers),…..shame as I used to enjoy reading your blog

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      1. Pretty good altogether, Martin except for a couple of exaggerations – I´ll let you fathom out which two.

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  2. just read this – never going to be 100% but pretty much on the money.. don’t worry bet Luke never read your posts anyway x

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