Quick, quick, change the rules!

Jourová also referenced the leave campaign’s “We send the EU £350m a week, let’s fund our NHS instead” slogan in the run-up to the Brexit referendum. “What we saw was the fake news of [saying we will] not be paying money to the EU but paying to the national health system,” she said. “It was proven not to be true and it influenced the will of the people to a large extent, according to many analysts.”

The propaganda that says that the EU has brought peace to Europe will of course be allowed to continue.

13 thoughts on “Quick, quick, change the rules!”

  1. The slogan said that we could, not that we would, and Remoaners are all fuckwits, and don’t understand the difference between W and C, the Wunts.

    As it happens, the NHS is up for far more than that, in or out.

  2. new EU laws aimed at tackling disinformation

    I only read legitimate news, such as that the actor who played a pregnant teenage girl in the hit indie movie Juno was a man called Elliott.

  3. Bloke in North Dorset

    The biggest spreader of disinformation was the government with its Project Fear and spending £9m on a pro remain leaflet outside the campaign window so it didn’t count towards campaign spending.

  4. Do you think that people will still be moaning about “the bus” in 2120? It’s reminiscent of those Jacobites toasting “the King over the water”.

  5. Diogenes

    “It’s reminiscent of those Jacobites toasting “the King over the water”.”

    One day. One day.

  6. Recusant: That would be a good conspiracy theory. Sturgeon has found a suitable direct descendant from the Bonnie Prince himself, and independence is only a prelude to the restoration of the Stuart monarchy up there…

  7. I’m sure they’d love to have the very Catholic Duke of Bavaria up there. Just as I’m entirely certain he’d love the job……

  8. Since the UK hasn’t actually left the EU, yet, there hasn’t been an opportunity to redirect that £350m/week. Government coughed up another billion couple of weeks ago, didn’t it?

  9. BPC didn’t want to be King of Scotland he wanted to be King of Great Britain.

    In 1745 Scotland was still poor.

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