— Daniel Benneworth-Gray (@gray) September 9, 2020
Many are asking how a ‘Festival of Brexit' would be in any way palatable to sentient adults who have seen their government break international law & the GFA and trash the UK’s standing to achieve it. https://t.co/SQa5hF3nD3
— lucy siegle (@lucysiegle) September 9, 2020
'Festival of Brexit' organisers launch application process https://t.co/GG0Z2GDQXV
— The Guardian (@guardian) September 8, 2020
The Festival of Brexit should just be The Purge. https://t.co/EntXRHQxjt
— Danny Wallace (@dannywallace) September 9, 2020
Phrases you’d prefer not to appear in your obituary:
"The disease named after him"
"… his performance as Third Starving Food Rioter in the 'Rural Scenes' tableau at the Festival of Brexit"
— paul bassett davies (@thewritertype) September 9, 2020
2.3.4a hot fix for player economy issue after Festival of Brexit release
2.3.4b temporarily a disabled player economy while looking into issues introduced with Festival of Brexit
— Lt. Cmdr. Datix (@UncleCrepitus) September 9, 2020
— NewsThump (@newsthump) September 9, 2020
Does anyone know where to get tickets for the "Festival of Brexit"?
There's someone I don't like and thought it'd be a good Christmas present.#festivalofbrexit
— Faltering Fullback (@FalteringFalcon) September 9, 2020
Martin Green claims that he has discussed “world beating” 🙄 🇬🇧 Tory Festival of Brexit (think Nuremberg Rally with Spitfires overhead) with the Scottish Govt and received positive reaction- if true the people responsible should be sacked
— Declan Jones (@decthed) September 9, 2020
Fixed it for you James:
Ah, the Festival of Brexit...a village green; a warm sun casting gentle rays; noble marquee's; classy buffet; Morris dancers in happy colours; a few locals singing loud & proud; Mr Farage sitting in a Spitfire whistling the theme tune to The Great Escape. https://t.co/TUA2KFlqOn
— Jo #112 (@mitsyarty) September 9, 2020