Theresa May, the Prime Minister for at least the next hour or so, will begin her campaign to sell the draft Brexit withdrawal deal to the public by printing ‘The Brexit withdrawal agreement is brilliant’ on the side of a big red bus.
It is expected that by having the bus tour the nation for a few days, she might be able to secure the support of both morons and idiots alike.
“There are a huge number of idiots and morons amongst the British public,” said a Number 10 insider.
“That is evidenced by both the reasons many people gave for voting Brexit in the first place, and the ongoing belief that Jacob Rees-Mogg is a credible human being.
“Writing things on the side of a bus seems, for whatever reason, to be a sure-fire way to win them over.”
Simon Williams, a moron from Brighton, was enthusiastic about the new bus.
“Well, I’ll be honest, right now, I just don’t know,” he said.
“On the one hand, we seem to be making an awful lot of concessions to the EU, on the other, agreeing a deal of any sort is an achievement in itself.
“Frankly, the only thing that will make up my mind about it right now is a slogan on the side of a bus telling me what to think.”
It is expected that should a slogan on a bus not win over support amongst idiots, Mrs May will enlist a number of posh, wealthy old men to tell them what to think because, bafflingly, that still seems to work.