UK to crash out of EU on April 12th after May accidentally uses 2nd class stamp for extension request letter
After historic meetings between the two leaders of both major political parties, it looked like we were finally starting to make some Brexit headway.
Over the last couple of days Theresa May kindly asked the army to stop stabbing Jeremy Corbyn effigies, and in return he turned up to Number 10 with some homemade jam so they could tackle this nonsense once and for all.
After a couple of fraught, eight hour marathon sessions, they decided to sit down and discuss Brexit, before eventually making some some good headway.
Today Theresa May sent a letter to President Tusk asking for an Article 50 extension till the end of June to allow a new plan to be fully formulated.
Unfortunately however, she accidentally used a second class stamp, meaning it is unlikely to reach Mr. Tusk in time for EU leaders to be able to ratify the request.
Shortly after news broke of the mistake, Jacob Rees-Mogg Tweeted;
“Haec cruenta winderful nuntium ego fucking non expectare ad millions de plebis”
Which roughly translates to;
“This is bloody wonderful news, I can’t wait to make millions out of the fucking plebs”.
It is unsure what will happen next, but supermarkets like Asda and Tesco are reportedly on high alert.