The Jacob Rees-Mogg fishing protest didnt go entirely to plan and everyones making the same joke

Jacob Rees-Mogg was due to take to the River Thames today in a Brexit protest about fishing policy but things didnt go entirely to plan for the Tory MP after this happened.

Jacob Rees-Mogg was supposed to board the Brexit fishing boat at Embankment pier. But he's just been told he's not allowed on because no one asked TFL's permission

— Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) March 21, 2018

Which meant he had to do this.

Blocked from boarding his Brexit boat, Jacob Rees-Mogg is now having to walk to Parliament instead

— Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) March 21, 2018

In Rees-Moggs absence someone else got on the boat instead.

Nigel Farage has boarded!

— Christopher Hope ? (@christopherhope) March 21, 2018

Fish discarded by Nigel Farage in the Thames

— Christopher Hope ? (@christopherhope) March 21, 2018

Rarely have 2 such slimey, smelly, slippery creatures held on to some fish.

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 21, 2018

And lots of people were quick to point out the same thing.


A bunch of posh rich men throwing perfectly good food into a river in a city where homelessness and food bank use is on the rise is a pretty good metaphor for brexit tbf

— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) March 21, 2018






Life comes at you fast.

— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) March 21, 2018



Heres what Rees-Mogg had to say.

Quote of the day, from Jacob Rees-Mogg:

Journalist: "But it does appear that we [Britain] are the ones making most of the concessions."
Jacob Rees-Mogg: "Well, that shows that we know how to negotiate"

— Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) March 21, 2018

This was the post-script.

Exit right, UK rule-breaking fishermen, pursued by police

— Chris Giles (@ChrisGiles_) March 21, 2018

Rule Britannia

— Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) March 21, 2018


The Poke


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