Firing banknotes out of cannon into Channel cheaper than no-deal Brexit
TOP economists have urged the government to consider shooting bundles of £50 notes into the sea as an alternative to a no-deal Brexit.
By replacing present policy with the construction of enormous cannon on the cliffs of Dover, stuffed with cash and able to fire twice per minute, British taxpayers could save billions.
Economist Carolyn Ryan said: “The cannon could be gold-plated and the largest ever built, with a lavish opening ceremony at which Beyoncé, the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney perform, and we would still have countless extra millions to invest in public services.
“Think of it. Round after round of hard cash arcing into the water and scattering on the waves, stimulating the economy by occasionally washing to shore in Hartlepool.
“Another option is to invest 20 per cent of our GDP in gold dust and introduce it to the water supply so that as a country we would literally piss it away.”