Javid admits Brexit will be ‘bad for business’: 48% of voters ask why this wasn’t fucking mentioned before

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Javid admits Brexit will be 'bad for business'- 48% of voters ask why this wasn't fucking mentioned before

Sajid Javid has admitted not all businesses will benefit from Brexit.

Without a hint of sarcasm, 48% of voters asked him ‘Why was this not fucking mentioned before?’

The chancellor has warned manufacturers ‘there will not be alignment with the EU after Brexit.

But told business owners not to ‘worry too much’ as he and the rest of his cabinet mates will be ‘just fine.’

The Food and Drink Federation said it sounded like the ‘death knell’ for frictionless trade with the EU and was likely to cause food prices to rise.

To which Mr Javid replied, ‘That’s democracy!’

He said UK businesses will need to ‘adjust’ to new regulations.

But declined to say what those new regulations might be as ‘everyone loves a surprise.’

The automotive, food and drink and pharmaceutical industries all warned the government last year that moving away from key EU rules would be damaging.

But the government ignored the advice as ‘Dave from Bridgend doesn’t like immigrants.’

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said government should not feel it has an ‘obligation’ to depart from EU rules.

But Mr Javid said it would be ‘ridiculous’ to continue with successful trading regulations as ‘privatisation can only follow collapse.’

Carolyn Fairbairn, CBI director-general, said keeping the same rules would support jobs and maintain competitiveness ‘particularly in some of the most deprived regions of the UK’.

The Chancellor replied, ‘And what makes you think I give a fuck about deprived areas? Apart from those election promises of course. But as we all know, what’s said in a campaign stays in the campaign. And anyway, we can do what we like now, so screw you!’

 

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