Bannanas about Brexit. Even our ancestors think Brexit is a good idea shows shock new poll

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In a recent zoological study performed by the University of Hull chimpanzees were subjected to a vote on the future of their society with 90 of the tribe choosing to vote for a Brexit-max solution.

The monkeys were exposed to three weeks of life under WTO type conditions in a
compound whereby they were able to trade freely with one another. After this the monkeys were fitted with electro shock collars and they were split into groups and whenever one group of monkeys tried to share or speak to the other group they got a shock. After the trial period with the shock collars the monkeys exhibited a fragile emotional state and were seriously malnourished as their ability to trade openly and freely with one another had been hampered.

The shock collars were removed and after an initial period where the monkeys looked to kill each other and exert dominance (shit flinging, etc) they all elected to go back to trading freely one with one another in a harmonious study.

Professor Allison from the university zoological department said in a statement "That this is a clear indication of our inate desire as humans to trade freely and openly and that when this is restricted into clubs such as we find ourselves in with the EU that it does not lead to a open and happy society but creates severe divisions".

Nigel Farage was asked for comment on the study and although he thought it wasn't necessarily representative of how humans act in the real world he thought it had real merit, "Brexit means Brexit, the chimpanzees as our ancestors realise this and the benefits of free and open trade - they seem to be more intelligent than Juncker and his cronies, but that's hardly a surprise".

The EU press office has denied to comment.

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