Theresa May has opened up about her relationship with Scotland and Northern Ireland First Ministers in a social media get-together.
The Conservative party leader made the confession of being in a Snapchat group with Arlene Foster and Nicola Sturgeon when speaking to the press outside Downing Street.
The video, voiced over by Scottish comedian Janey Godley, is a jibe to the Brexit dilemma making a mockery of relationship breakdown within the parliament.
When asked what the result will be for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Mrs May argues with Nicola Sturgeon that Scotland is part of Britain. She also questions if Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) party leader, Arlene Foster understands “what a bribe actually is” after receiving £1 billion to ensure their party’s support following last year’s election.
The true hardships of the Brexit breakdown are revealed with the Prime Minister admitting that she is uncertain if there is “enough money for the meter” and she copes with a “wee karaoke night dancing round the living room with a bottle of prosecco”.
Always look on the bright side of life
The video has now received more than 6,000 views on the comedian’s Twitter profile. Social media has responded in good fashion with commentators seeing the lighter side of the situation asking for more videos like this.
Ha ha. I do love your voice overs. They're a hoot!
— Taran Reynard Whyte (@TaranReynardWhy) November 16, 2018
@Number10cat Larry? Me and the cat and the good shoes? Miioowoow!
— Fudge and Winston (@TheOKcats) November 16, 2018
😂 Don't ever stop, please.
Thank you. 😁
— Flux Nomad (@flux_nomad) November 16, 2018
Janey Godley later encouraged people to “keep laughing through this nightmare”.