Post-Brexit economy based largely on Spice Girls reunion tours
BRITAIN’S post-Brexit economy will rely heavily on Spice Girls reunion tours, it has been confirmed.
The 1990s pop stars will tour for 50 weeks of the year, with a two week break in late June when the entire UK economy will be based on Wimbledon.
Theresa May is hoping the tours will support more than 25 million jobs in the hairdressing, back stage catering and Union Jack dress-making industries.
Mrs May said: “I can now tell the European Union that we don’t need them and their idiotic back-stops and pointless trade deals.
“With the Spice Girls – Spunky, Shifty and the other two – we have a licence to print money.
“We won’t even need Victoria Beckham. Not that the Spice Girls ever did.”
The prime minister added: “People often tell me I’m like a Spice Girl and I say ‘really?’ and they say ‘no, not really’.”