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Brexit Secretary David Davis, who has been leading UK negotiations to leave the EU, has resigned from government.

A stout honest fellow named Dave
Wrote his resignation and gave
It to Number Ten
And right about then
He dug his political grave

John Moynes

Pic: Getty

12 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Deimos

    Brexit- the comedy writers gift that never stops giving.

    On a connected note….. not so much a resignation letter, it read much more like a CV. And guess whose job he’s applying for ?

  2. scottser

    replaced by domonic raab. interesting first paragraph on wiki:

    From 2006 to 2010, Raab worked in Parliament as Chief of Staff to Shadow Home Secretary David Davis and to Shadow Secretary of State for Justice Dominic Grieve. he is also being sued for copyright infringement, with the crucial piece of evidence coming from the dominatrix he paid for stranglewank sessions. [6]

    1. Brother Barnabas

      but, in a way, isn’t brexit just a drawn-out stranglejizz session? makes him perfectly qualified

  3. ReproBertie

    Is it true that his resignation letter was the first document he produced in office?

    He attended just 4 hours of negotiations with the EU. I’m sure he’ll be a massive loss.

  4. DaithiG

    As hilarious as it is to watch Brexiteers fall over themselves, can someone more knowledgeable tell me if I’m wrong, if these clowns don’t get their s**t together, then we’re headed for a hard Brexit, and then the re-emergence of a hard border up north? Which I think we can all agree is not good.

    1. ReproBertie

      Not quite. The backstop means NI stays in the customs and regulatory part of the EU with the border in the Irish Sea.

    1. ReproBertie

      The realisation that they have to deliver something, and can’t possibly deliver the hard Sasamach that they promised would be easy, has them heading for the hills. Every resignation is one step closer to a crazy soft Sasamach.

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