The Truth about Goats
Theresa May has been accused of deporting British citizens faster than you can say ‘Brexit leashed to a cheetah’. In her haste to reduce migration figures as Home Secretary, she has confused expatriation with the job of bouncer from Magaluf.
Forcibly ejected, Windrush migrants and their families have complained about the injustice of it all, but mainly the whiplash. They have said that Mrs May moved to eject people swifter than Usain Bolt – which is ironic given that Mr Bolt comes from Jamaica.
Apologizing to the House of Commons, Mrs. May said the whole situation had been an oversight – and that ‘some of her best friends were black’. She assured MPs that she had no intention of deporting anyone of a particular nationality – just colour.
Said a No.10 spokeswoman: ‘The Prime Minister was under the impression that she was doing them a favour. Sending them off to lovely holiday environment, to spend time with all that lovely tax-free money her husband had squirrelled away. Mrs May genuinely thought they wanted to leave the UK – goodness knows, she does.’