Published on March 1st, 2016 | by Flipside0
Cameron admits understanding of EU is based on BBC Bitesize
The BreBBCzit scandal continues as David Cameron finally admits to using BBC Bitesize in key EU negotiations. Although no one understands, or cares to understand, the EU, the nation half expects Cameron to, so this news has not been warmly welcomed. No protests are scheduled, but a million have said they are ‘Interested’ in a Facebook event ‘Replace David Cameron with the blonde-haired comedian who plays the politician Boris Johnson’.
The online learning tool teaches students up until A-Levels equivalent. It is still popular amongst all university students. It has been revealed that Cameron uses the website to revise for his final on 23 June. First he writes down the key concepts on one side of a piece of paper, then on the other side he writes its definition. Last week, an official said that Cameron had finally nailed the distinction between the Council of the European Union, European Council and the Council of Europe.
Cameron said of BreBBCzit, ‘What I have learnt is that the EU is a big, fat bureaucratic monster that lives in Brussels and sends undesirables to live here. However the BBC has a clear left-wing bias and is funded by guerrilla communist networks, so I would not trust it.’