It must have been a frightful shock for Brexit Britain to discover that, according to recent statistics, 35% of the food we eat is grown by foreigners.  Can you imagine? I bet they don’t even wash their hands when they go to the toilet.   Thank goodness, now that we are free of that tyrannical Brussels red tape, we can shut our borders and at last be allowed to enjoy home-produced delicacies such as local turnip rather than those awful […]
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