Bletch. Stilton has been enjoyed by cheese-lovers for centuries, and now boasts Protected Designation of Origin status (PDO), which means it can only be produced in Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.
Huh. I would have imagined that you had to make it in Stilton. Stilton, the town that gave the cheese its name, is in Cambridgeshire. You’re not allowed to make stilton in Stilton.
The EU’s system of designated places of origin means you cannot make Stilton in Stilton.
What other evidence do we need to kill the EU?