Wales was last night sensationally voted back into the European Union following the exhilarating performances of the football team at the recent European Championships.
Jean-Claude Juncker said:
“This is exactly the sort of football we want to see unlike the turgid drivel served up by England. I’m glad they voted to leave and I can’t wait to see the back of that creep Cameron. You can’t trust the Scots either but Wales are OK and we are willing to bend the rules on this occasion.”
Moves are also afoot to invite Iceland in too due to the disproportionate number of Wales based players in their team and their scary Viking chant. Angela Merkel was reported to have said:
“You would rather have them alongside you in the trenches than storming ashore against you from their trawlers.”
In an ironic twist of fate, the fracturing of the British political system into a multitude of small parties post-Brexit, will probably need the Germans to come in and sort it all out, once Jurgen Klinsmann has done the same to the English national football team.