Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Beyond parody

One of the two groups bidding to become the official "Leave" campaign has been accused of "double standards beyond parody" for employing at least four call centre staff from other EU countries to work on their campaign for Britain to leave the EU.

This is despite the fact that the campaign concerned, Leave.EU, has been telling voters that employing workers from other EU countries deprives British citizens of jobs.

I'm rapidly coming to the conclusion that the only way to get through the remaining three months of the EU referendum campaign is to make a relentless effort to see the funny side of it. About the one thing that all the campaigns are good at is providing material to laugh at ...

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