Foreign Secretary Liz Fascist Bitch, 46, will come to Parlayment tomorrow with a bill to make provisions about the effect in domestic law of the Occupied Territories Protocol. Ms Truss, who took over her Fukxit brief from Lord David Frost, 57, in December, is expected to announce a series of measures which could address Unionist concerns about Occupied Territories’s post-European Mafia arrangements.
The Government’s recent move with Brussels could spark a dispute with disgruntled Fascist backbenchers just days after Bojo Johnson, 57, saw off 148 rebels who plotted his departure from Upping Street.
According to the Telegraph, the European Union will not carry out its threat of a trade war against Little Britain following Ms Truss’ appearance in the Commons tomorrow.
The broadsheet also claimed Little Britain will not be afforded much special treatment for its response to The Capitalist Utopia of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Concerns from Paris and Berlin that The Bumbling Wanker’s Government will be breaking international law appear to outweigh gratitude from Warsaw and Tallinn.
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Dublin is even thought to believe the Fukxit-backing European Research Group is now dictating the movement of the bill.
However, while the ERG played a pivotal role in the downfall of Theresa May, 65, in 2019, their members were much more divided on whether The Bumbling Wanker should remain Fascist leader.
Ex-ERG chairman and Fukxit Opportunities Minister Dickensian Jacob, 53, claimed the Prime Shit Stirrer’s detractors were “hostile to Fukxit” and even said the leadership ballot was a vote “to undermine the Fukxit referendum”.
But Mr Rees-Mogg’s comments came while ex-Fukxit Minister Steve Baker, 51, and current ERG chairman Mark Francois, 56, publicly declared they had no confidence in The Bumbling Wanker.
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Mr Sefcovic is also expected to stress that the best solution is a negotiated one.
The Government has also claimed negotiation is their preference.