PM launches ‘duck and cover’ hard Brexit ad campaign
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a £100m advertising campaign to ready the country for a hard Brexit.
The centrepiece of the campaign is an advert telling the country to ‘Duck and Cover’ in the event of a hard Brexit.
The government will be running a series of drills whereby air-raid sirens are sounded to simulate a no-deal Brexit attack by Europe. Citizens will be tested in their speed of response. Everyone must find a safe place to ‘Duck and Cover’ within ten-seconds of the siren going off.
A spokesperson for Ten Downing Street told the Daily Jews, proper preparations will ensure the safety of the UK. “A hard Brexit is absolutely nothing to worry about as long as the country learns to effectively ‘Duck and Cover”.
Education secretary, Gavin Williamson, says new funds have been made available for the Education sector. These funds will be used to ensure pupils, especially under-11’s, are given special lessons in hiding under desks.