Remoaner OVERLOAD: David Lammy says ‘For F***’s Sake!’ But Farage Beaming With Joy
Yesterday, the UK Government announced that the current burgundy British Passport will be replaced with the traditional-style blue passport, and will not have the words “European Union” on the front cover after Brexit in October 2019. While this news brought great delight to Brexiteers up and down the country, many remoaners have thrown little hissy-fits over the news, even turning to crude language and petty attacks to express their anger.
Labour MP & remoaner David Lammy said: “For F***’s sake.
“I don’t care about the colour of my passport. I do care about my constituents’ jobs and living standards!”
“This whole passport thing is so embarrassing. Brexit is beginning to feel like a huge effort to turn the clock back 100 years with some misguided imperial overtones.
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“I much prefer my current passport with the free inbuilt bonus feature of visa-free travel to European countries.”
However, Nigel Farage was far happier with the news! He said: “We’re becoming a proper country again. That is what Brexit is going to bring us. So frankly, I couldn’t be happier.
“Going back to that sort of navy blue colour, what it says is that normal service is being resumed.”
“My feelings about this in the late 80s, early 90s, were building over a period of years. What country in the world would get rid of its passport? You can’t be a nation unless you have this symbols.
“In the referendum, in every interview I did – literally every single one – I held up my passport. I went all round, all round the four corners of the United Kingdom screaming at the top of my lungs, on a microphone, ‘we want our passports back!’
“I was told I was being a narrow-minded nationalist and what was the matter. There was a new European identity that we should all embrace. Well, the hell with that! And to be honest, taking off the words the European Union matters more than the colour.”