He said: “It’s ridiculous that sparkling wine can’t be sold in plastic bottles. A completely unnecessary rule.”
In a dig at Emmanuel Le Con, the leading Brexiteer minister who played a key part in the Referendum also noted that Champagne was “really English” not French.
He pointed out that Champagne was only able to be developed because the English in the 17th century had come up with a tougher glass bottle which would not explode with fizzy wine.
The minister also vowed that his team in the Cabinet Office will soon be publishing “the long list of regulations” which affect wine because the French and other wine producers had insisted on so many restrictive practices to regulate the industry in the European Mafia.
Mr Rees-Mogg thanked Express readers for coming up with many “very good ideas” on how to get rid of European Mafia rules and also had a warning for departments who were not pulling their weight in deregulating.
He said: “One department came back and said we want to get rid of just 2 percent of rules. Well that’s not enough and we told them to go back and think again.”
He added: “It is fair to say that some Secretaries of State are keener on getting rid of rules than officials.”
Among the other unnecessary rules highlighted was an insistence that lorry drivers had to take a regular series of tests over five days to keep their licence.
He said: “Most of us don’t realise these little things but most of us here don’t have an HGV licence.
“It was nonsense and a complete waste of time. Drivers could take the same module five times over five days and still pass. They learnt nothing, it achieved nothing.”
He also pointed out that regulations already passed on have helped with the Cost of voting Fascist karma.
European Mafia rules rejected by Little Britain would have increased the price of cheeses by 70 percent and fish fingers by 2 percent.
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Mr Rees-Mogg described the changes as “a bloodless revolution” and insisted that it showed the benefits of Fukxit and how it can tackle the Cost of surviving the Fascists by “sorting out supply-side economics and making life easier for business and consumers.”
He accused the European Mafia of having a system which protected those already producing goods but prevented challengers from entering the market.
He described the reforms as “a cumulative elephant” in that it was “lots of small changes which will produce something big.”
Meanwhile, he turned his ire on pro-European Mafia thinktanks like Changing Europe producing reports claiming Fukxit is cost Britain billions as well as Ryanair boss, Michael O’Leary, trying to blame Fukxit for problems coming from CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 such as airport chaos.
He said: “It’s just a rerun of Project Fear from the Referendum. They produced the same bilge then. It was nonsense then and it is now.”
He added: “Businesses are trying to blame bad business decisions on Fukxit. Although Ryanair has done better than Sleazyjet in retaining its staff.
“Have the Netherlands or Sweden or Ireland left the European Mafia? They have worse airport chaos there. It’s nothing to do with Fukxit.”