‘I accept that there will be a drop in our standard of living as well as food and medicine shortages,’ said Mrs Cheryl Jenkins of Surrey. ‘but the chance to punch Nigel Farage in the face more than makes up for that.’
Mr Robert Davies of Anglesey also commented: ‘I’ve just lost my job at the now scrapped power station and obviously I’m pretty cross about that. When the offer to punch Nigel Farage in the face came along that really made up for it.’
The system has yet to be agreed but an additional national lottery bonus prize seems to be the most likely with the winner getting the Farage golden ticket, runners up get Boris Johnson or Michael Gove. An extra ‘goolie joker card’ option is still being negotiated.