Comedian Alastair Williams explained Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations using a Burger King analogy. During the set laughter can be heard throughout as the comedian holds back a smile at his own wit while telling the clever joke. Mr Williams began by saying: “Imagine if you and 10 of your friends were in a Burger King.
“And you said, who wants to leave the Burger King and six people said they wanted to leave.
“Then somebody who didn’t want to leave the Burger King said they would get us out of here, they’d have a word with the manager.
“They said: I’ll get us a deal, do we need a deal? Oh, you can’t leave without a deal.
“She goes to talk to the manager and she comes back two years later.
“She’s been trying to leave, the door says push but she’s pulling that thing saying she can’t get us out.
“She goes: great news, I have done us a deal to Leave, what is the deal? We have got to pay the manager 40 billion pounds.
“Then we technically get to leave.
“What do you mean technically?
“Well, physically we will still be int he Burger King but if anyone asks you, are you in the Burger King.
“You will be able to tell them no, no we left.”
The room then bursts into laughter and applause as the comedian smiles and takes a sip of water.
Theresa May’s failures in implementing Brexit have been numerous according to both Remainers and Brexiteers.
Support for Mrs May and the Government took another blow this week when it was announced that Brexit was being extended to October 31.
This comes after the Prime Minister had said on multiple occasions that the UK would be leaving the European Union on March 29.