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Brexit Blues

Iain Duncan Smith, Peter Bone, Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg captured looking exasperated; an exact reflection on their beloved Brexit

 

Summing up the mood of the nation in relation to the blessed mess that is Brexit, this photograph features the most unlikely foursome.

 

Looking worn out and exasperated and pictured with a ridiculously inane banner reading: “From Project Fear to Project Prosperity,” the picture includes (right to left) politicians Iain Duncan Smith, Peter Bone, Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg.

 

Jonathan Freedland, in The Guardian, suggests the image has an atmosphere of “shared pain” and “angst.” We’d go further: It simply shows four of the most stupid and out-of-touch men in history.

 

#ExitBrexit

 

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