BREXIT WANT IMMIGRANTS TO COMPLETE TOTAL WIPEOUT OBSTACLE COURSE
Campaigners Excited By New Immigration Gameshow
Leading Brexit campaigners have unveiled plans to introduce a new immigration system if the UK votes to leave the European Union on June 23.
A statement from Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and Gisela Stuart sets out the blueprint for an immigration system which would spell the end of the automatic right of EU citizens to come to live and work in the UK.
Instead, the right to come to the UK would be determined by the completion of the Total Wipeout obstacle course. The now defunct gameshow is to return to our screens after the referendum and tests the skill, speed and endurance of economic migrants.”
The statement said: “By the next general election, we will create an immigration system which tests the ability of new migrants to add to our skill base by completing the Total Wipeout obstacle course in a return of the popular gameshow hosted by Richard Hammond.
We anticipate that approximately 30% of all migrant applications will make it as far as the Wipeout zone, with the fastest 10% earning a trophy from Amanda Byram and the right to live and work in the UK.”
The new system would mean all applications to live and work in the UK would be determined by their ability over Dizzy Dummies and The Big Red Balls, ‘without discrimination on the grounds of nationality’.”
The new immigration policy is the brainchild of Simon Cowell.