Saturday, 1 April 2017

The EU Referendum Has Been Thrown Into Chaos Today,

after more than two million voting papers were uncovered,

 in a skip in a quiet suburb of Southend On Sea, Essex in the UK, a representative of the Electoral Commission confirmed that the papers haven’t been counted, and an urgent investigation is now underway to find out how so many papers could have been misplaced, an Electoral Commission official said: ‘As the number of uncovered papers far outweighs the eventual winning margin, we have removed the papers to a secret location for counting, in the event that the overall result needs to be changed, we will make an announcement as soon as possible, in the meantime, we are studying local CCTV footage carefully to find out how the papers got there – we are following a few lines of enquiry.’ a spokesperson for David Cameron said he would withdraw his resignation if the result is changed after the recount, another spokesperson speaking for Jeremy Corbyn said he would still rebuild his cabinet and then probably have to rebuild it again.

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