German Chancellor Angela Merkel has given the UK 30 days to come up with a solution to the Brexit deal impasse.
And Boris Johnson defied his critics, who claimed he didn’t have a solution, by announcing that he intends to purchase Ireland from the EU.
Donald Trump recently revealed, in a tweet, that he intends to purchase Greenland from Denmark.
It’s suspected Donald Trump was trying gazump the UK in the biggest land estate deal of the century after receiving some information via American Intelligence. This theory would explain why the CIA have just raised a request with the EU help desk requesting they implement a fix to resolve the ridiculously close similarity of the names Greenland and Ireland.
The inhabitants of Greenland have initially reacted with anger over Donald Trump’s offer to purchase their country.
But let’s see how they think about it in the cold light of the day, due in May 2020.
A leaked government report named Operation Yellowhammer shows that Brexit will affect transport systems; people crossing borders; key goods crossing borders; the Irish border issue; healthcare services; UK energy and other critical systems; UK food and water supplies; UK Nationals in the EU; law enforcement; banking and finance industry services; overseas territories and Crown dependencies, especially Gibraltar.
So, not as bad as had been anticipated.
However, according to Michael Gove, the Operation Yellowhammer document that was leaked is out of date…
…having been replaced by Operation Yellow Pants. As a result, all ministers involved have been issued with new briefs.