Brexit makes Britain ‘naked’! Women anti-Brexiteers start going topless on TV shows
London, Feb 15: If the ongoing political circus was not enough to bare the business of Brexit naked, more people lined up to make the controversial episode even more entertaining.
The formal exit of the UK's exit from the European Union is set to take place on March 29 but with the latest crisis in the parliament in which Prime Minister Theresa May's plan faced a major defeat, nobody really knows what's in store for the people of Britain.
Now, as the matter gets more and more complicated and stuck, people, especially women in the country have started coming out with a new trend. On television, they are exposing their breasts while discussing the issue.
Meet Dr Victoria Bateman: Cambridge academic and naked Brexit protester.— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) February 12, 2019
She wants to 'expose' the truth about Brexit, arguing it's 'the emperor's new clothes'. pic.twitter.com/SwnFEvGzLs
Dr Victoria Bateman, an academic, feminist and anti-Brexit personality, appeared on Good Morning Britain earlier in the week to drive home the point that "Brexit leaves Britain naked".
She has even challenged leading pro-Brexit leader Jacob Rees-Mogg to a naked debate. In fact, Bateman has been doing the same every time she is speaking in Brexit on TV and radio shows.
Seeing Bateman, now Rachel Johnson, sister of former secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs Boris Johnson, also decided to something similar during a show 'The Pledge' on Sky News.
Looking into the camera, Rachel, a Remain campaigner, said: "As I know, it can be hard to get your voice heard about Brexit nowadays. It feels like we've hit saturation point."
"Enter pro-EU campaigner Victoria Batemen, who's come up with a striking way this week to get herself noticed. Appearing across the media completely starkers to make various points about Brexit leaving Britain naked."
Her colleagues on the show, including the anchors, were left stunned to see Rachel unbutton her shirt which she did to pay a tribute to Bateman, who said she wanted to 'expose' the truth about Brexit, calling it's 'the emperor's new clothes'.