BREXIT cheerleader and Sun political editor Harry Cole was hit with a Brexit bust as he pondered one of the Vote Leave campaign’s most notorious slogans.
As reports of Brexit wreaking havoc on the UK economy flood the press, it seems the hellish reality of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU is looming for even the most ardent Brexiteers, Cole being no exception. .
The Sun editor has previously been seen at events like Brexit: The Movie and tweeted about ‘Remoan Watch’, but has now been shocked to discover some effects of the UK’s departure from the EU that weren’t in his script.
Cole has expressed outrage over Britons being charged £68 for a visa to work in Spain for two days.
Indeed, British nationals must now apply for a visa if they wish to work in the Schengen area for up to 90 days, one of the many ways Britons can take advantage of their newfound sovereignty.
Cole seemed disturbed by the loss of his freedom of movement as it was not written on the side of a bus, which is believed to be the best way to communicate with Brexiteers.
He wrote: “Visa 68 quid to work in Spain for 2 days! I didn’t see that on the side of the bleeding bus.
68 quid visa to work in Spain for 2 days!
I didn’t see that on the side of the bleeding bus.
— Harry Cole (@MrHarryCole) June 23, 2022
Cole was of course referring to the infamous slogan ‘we send £350m to the EU a week, fund our NHS instead’.
To be fair to Cole, there might not have been enough room for “but we will also lose the right to live and work in 27 other neighboring countries”.
While it may be too late for Cole, luckily Scotland still has the chance to join the EU as an independent state with the starting gun fired in the year’s independence referendum. next.