The Nur-Sultanification of London

1 Apr

The UK government is calling for London to be re-named Nigel, after the hero of the UK’s attempt to escape the grasp of the eurocrats and regain its independence, Nigel Farage.

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In the latest desperate bid to bring the nation together in the aftermath of the Brexit debacle, the UK’s prime minister Theresa May cast her robotic eye far and wide and came upon Qazaqstan, which has recently seen its hero of the fight for liberation from the Soviet Union and president for almost three decades, Nursultan Nazarbayev, finally hand over power (of sorts).

His successor, Qasym-Jomart Toqayev, immediately called for the capital to be renamed after the first president and, hey presto, Astana is now known as Nur-Sultan! Upon reading  this news in The Economist, May immediately summoned her cabinet to tell them her latest wheeze to make everyone forget the kilos de merde that the UK finds itself in.

Westminster is still debating whether it will be ‘Ni-Gel’ or just plain ‘Nigel’. A series of indicative votes are to held to decide what the fuq is going to happen…


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