MEAN­WHILE ON LOVE IS­LAND... THEY’RE VERY CONFEUSED!

The Irish Mail on Sunday - - NEWS -

It’s never been known for its con­tes­tants’ in­tel­lec­tual repar­tee, but as the par­tic­i­pants on 3e’s Love Is­land mused on the chal­lenges raised by Bri­tain’s exit from the EU, their hazy grasp of the is­sues proved un­wit­tingly hi­lar­i­ous…

Ge­or­gia you think Steele: about ‘What Brexit?’ do Hay­ley Hughes: ‘What’s that?’ GS: ‘Where we’re leav­ing the Euro­pean Union.’ HH: ‘I se­ri­ously don’t have a clue what…’ Samira Mighty: ‘So it was to leave the EU, so we wouldn’t be part of Europe.’ HH: ‘Oh the EU, yeah, yeah.’ GS: ‘It would mean, like, wel­fare and things we trade with would be cut down.’ HH: ‘So does that mean we won’t have any trees?’ SM: ‘Cheese?’ HH: ‘Trees.’ GS: ‘No, that’s got noth­ing to do with it, babe. That’s weather.’ Woman out of shot: ‘Why wouldn’t we have trees?’ HH: ‘Well, you were talk­ing about…’ Woman out of shot: ‘No, we’re just not in the Euro­pean Union. We’re still classed as be­ing in Europe.’ GS: ‘Doesn’t it mean it’d be harder like to go to like Spain and stuff?’ HH: ‘So it’d be harder to go on hol­i­days?’ Woman out of shot: ‘Yeah, I think so.’ HH: ‘Oh, I love my hol­i­days.’

baf­fled: Hay­ley Hughes

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