The Truth about Goats
Putting the camp back into concentration camps, Christopher Biggins used the ‘Big Brother’ house to launch his manifesto of segregated buses and all-year pantomimes. A UKIP spokeswoman expressed surprise at Biggins late leadership bid, but accepted that his equity-themed application was ‘more appropriate than Steven Woolfe’s’.
Meanwhile a representative for Celebrity Big Brother insisted that the Biggin’s transcript was a fake or at least ‘plagiarized from Nigel Farage’. This has left the UKIP NEC in the awkward position of potentially endorsing a fake racist, a political opportunist or a ‘Boris Johnson’ if you will.
Biggin’s theatrical agent suggested his client had been misquoted but admitted that: ‘The EU referendum proved not every racist exit is necessarily a bad thing’. Quite what this means for his career as a light entertainer is unsure but he should still be able to get work as affable bigoted clown or a ‘Boris Johnson’ if you will.