Oonagh Keating. Updated May 6th, 2022
Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Minister of State for Brexit Opportunities and Government Efficiency, must be jumping for joy – or at least waggling his top hat in muted glee – after the government was finally able to announce a Brexit benefit.
Fish and vegetables grown near the old Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan can be freely sold in Britain after the Food Standards Agency scrapped a rule on radioactivity levels in produce https://t.co/cqzQtJy86Q
— Telegraph Politics (@TelePolitics) May 5, 2022
Clearly, we all misheard when Nigel Farage said Brexit would be a big boost to the fission industry.
Twitter went nuclear when the news broke, with these reactions being particularly explosive.
— James Oh Brien (@mrjamesob) May 5, 2022
HA HA HA HA HA Thanks Brexit. https://t.co/zWIRTUc4I3
— Emma Kennedy (@EmmaKennedy) May 5, 2022
— Stephen Graham (@StephenCVGraham) May 5, 2022
— Danny Wallace (@dannywallace) May 5, 2022
Hey, another Brexit dividend. https://t.co/yVI5dJt4kN
— Annette Dittert (@annettedittert) May 5, 2022
Fish fingers but actual fish fingers https://t.co/uf3aUoGcnU
— Trudi (@Trudski2012) May 5, 2022
Don’t need to worry about the energy crisis if the food microwaves itself, right kids? https://t.co/4KrD2MUvCw
— Michael Moran (@TheMichaelMoran) May 5, 2022
Carrots that you can see in the dark https://t.co/JMpPZ20cqd
— (@olvrlstr) May 5, 2022