[Peter] Hello everyone. Yes yes it’s me Posh Peter [Peter] and welcome to… Posh Peter’s Politics. [Peter] Yes yes yes yes. [Peter] And today on this episode [Peter] we’re going to have a special discussion [Peter] about Brexit. Yes yes yes [Peter] With my special guest… [Peter] Boris Johnson. Yes how exciting [Peter] Oh
[Fred] Oh Hi Peter [Peter] Where’s Boris Johnson? [Fred] Oh yes er sorry. I’m afraid he couldn’t make it [Fred] and they called me in at the last minute [Fred] But I’m here and I’m so excited. [Fred] Hello everyone! I’m Freddy! Hi Peter [Fred] I’m so excited.
I’ve never been on a talk show before. [Fred] This is so good. Oh my god. [Fred] I’m glad that Boris Johnson couldn’t come. [Fred] Yes now I get to be on here instead. [Peter] Right ok. Well… [Fred] Yes they told me all
about what we’re going to talk about [Fred] It sounds really exciting. Yay [Peter] Oh oh oh ok. Ok that’s good then. [Fred] Yes yes yes
[Peter] So what is your opinion on Brexit then? [Fred] Well breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. [Peter] Breakfast?
[Fred] I love breakfast so much. [Fred] My favourite is bacon with eggs [Fred] And sometimes with toast as well. [Fred] Ooh Ooh
and yes and I really like pancakes and cheerios… [Fred] And Lucky Charms. When I want cereal… [Fred] I always
have Lucky Charms with the little marshmallows. [Fred] Num num num num. Oh and waffles. [Fred] Waffles with syrup [Fred] oh and pancakes with bacon and maple syrup. [Fred] Oh my god. They’re my favourite as well. [Fred] Oh I really
think breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. [Fred] What do you think about breakfast? [Peter] No no not breakfast. Brexit! [Fred] Oh is that a bit like brunch? [Fred] Sort of later but you know [Fred] You have breakfast but not at breakfast time. [Peter] Hang on. Let me ask you in another way. [Fred] Yes?
[Peter] Do you like a hard Brexit or a soft Brexit? [Fred] Ooh. I like a soft boiled Brexit. [Fred] Yes with soldiers for dipping. [Peter] No!
[Fred] Mmm. Yum yum yum yum yum [Fred] Yes my Daddy always makes me a [Fred] soft boiled Brexit in the morning. [Peter] No no. BREXIT. Not breakfast. [Fred] Yes Brexit. Not breakfast. [Fred] Yes he makes me a soft boiled Brexit. [Peter] No no no!
We’re talking about politics here not food. [Fred] Oh no. I’m afraid I’m not allowed that no. [Fred] My Daddy says I’m not allowed. [Fred] Because I have
hay fever you see and it makes me sneeze. [Peter] No no. Not pollen. Politics. [Fred] Pollentics? I don’t know what that is. [Peter] Oh oh…
[Fred] I think I might be allergic though. [Fred] Yeah my Daddy says I’m allergic to lots of things. [Peter] No no no!
[Fred] But once he told me I was allergic to sunshine [Fred] but that’s not true. I checked [Peter] No no no no. [Peter] Right I’m
going to have to explain to you what Brexit is. [Fred] Ok
[Peter] So basically Britain as a country in 2016… [Peter] decided to leave Brussels and leave Europe [Fred] What? But why? I like Brussels [Peter] You like Brussels? [Fred] Yes I love them. [Fred] Yes we
had them at Christmas. They’re delicious. [Peter] No!
[Fred] Yes brussel sprouts. They’re really nice [Fred] We had brussel sprouts with bacon [Fred] and then we had them with our roast dinner. [Peter] Oh for god sake…
[Fred] They were so delicious. [Fred] So we are talking about food. [Fred] We’re just talking about dinner. Oh! [Peter] No!
[Fred] Ok. No don’t worry. [Fred] We make brussel sprouts in this country. [Fred] So we don’t have to worry if we leave Europe… [Fred] because we can make more Brussels. [Peter] No no no no. Brussels is a… [Fred] Yes! Yes! We farm them here. [Fred] I’ve seen it on the discovery channel. [Peter] No… Yes about brussel sprouts [Peter] but that’s
not what I’m talking about again. No no [Peter] Brussels is a city in Belgium in Europe [Fred] No no no no. I’m pretty sure about this. [Fred] Brussels is a type of vegetable. [Fred] Yeah. I
know because my Daddy makes me eat them [Fred] because he says they’re good for me. [Fred] And I
really like them but he thinks they’re disgusting [Fred] but I think they’re great. Yum yum yum [Peter] Oh for goodness sake. No no no. Look… [Fred] Why don’t you like Brussels? [Fred] They’re so delicious [Peter] No! I’m not talking about food. [Peter] We’re talking about politics here. [Fred] I’m so confused. [Peter] Look… I’ll try and explain to you why… [Peter] we decided to leave Brussels and Europe [Fred] I don’t
see why you would. They’re so delicous [Peter] Right… So we decided to leave Brussels… [Peter] For a number of reasons [Peter] And the main reason was immigration. [Peter] Yes yes yes. So we wanted to stop… [Peter] immigrants from coming into our country [Fred] No I think you’ve got mistaken again. [Fred] I think you mean you want to stop ignorants [Fred] But you sound very ignorant. [Fred] If you’re saying you don’t want people… [Fred] coming to our country… [Fred] that sounds very ignorant to me [Fred] But I
agree. Stopping ignorant people like you… [Fred] Is a very good idea. [Peter] No!
[Fred] It sounds like a very ignorant persepctive [Fred] If you
want to stop people from coming to our country… [Fred] Then you have no idea of the potential of… [Fred] Wealth of knowledge and skills [Fred] and
things like that that you’re potentially turning away [Peter] But no… [Peter] There
are plenty of unskilled people as well you know [Fred] But do you know that a large portion of our… [Fred] National Health Service is made [Fred] up by foreign workers [Peter] But… [Fred] Yes
so what would happen to our health system [Fred] Which is already suffering [Fred] due to lack of funding and other issues [Fred] If we then take away all of the workers [Peter] Well… [Fred] I think it sounds like you would like [Fred] To have your cake and eat it too. [Peter] No…
[Fred] Yes [Peter] No [Fred] I think I’m starting to understand yes. [Fred] I can see why there needs to be a debate [Fred] It sounds like there needs to be a debate [Fred] To stop people like you. [Peter] No! Look. Look. [Peter] We need to stop immigrants coming into… [Peter] our
country because we’re losing our identity… [Peter] as Britain. Yes yes yes [Peter] Yes we’re losing the British identity. [Fred] Oh right. Yes that sounds really good… [Fred] You mean you want to retain the identity… [Fred] Of an empire building, like world conquering… [Fred] identity
[Peter] Yes that sounds great [Fred] Where we have bad teeth [Fred] And we like waiting in queues. [Fred] And
yeah so I don’t really think we really want… [Fred] Oh and of course. Hunting foxes [Fred] And cruelty to animals and racing them. [Fred] And doing all sorts… [Fred] Yeah
that’s a really great history to hold on to. [Fred] I think a fresh start would be actually [Fred] Quite a good idea don’t you? [Peter] Well… [Peter] Well some people like the old values. [Fred] Yes the traditionalists. [Fred] The people who can’t let go. [Fred] Yes
the people who are dragging the rest of us down [Fred] The people who are pushing forward [Fred] And being modern and interesting [Fred] And accepting and kind [Fred] The people who have a new world order [Fred] And a new perspective [Fred] And
it’s people like you that are holding us back [Fred] You are the anchor to our ships [Fred] You are the dirt, the dust and the crust… [Peter] No!
[Fred] On the sails. Yes [Fred] You. Yes. [Peter] This is absolutely ridiculous. [Fred] Yes
[Peter] Who booked this guest on? [Fred] Yes. Don’t listen to him. Don’t listen to him. [Fred] Go now. Go and find the real facts [Peter] No! Don’t listen to him [Fred] Find out for yourself and find out the truth. [Peter] No!
[Fred] Yes [Peter] This is absolutely ridiculous [Fred] Don’t listen to bigots like this. [Fred] These people do not have [Fred] your best interests at heart. Yes [Peter] I’m leaving. I’m not listening to you anymore [Peter] I don’t know who booked this guest [Peter] But this is ridiculous [Peter] I am going to my trailer. [Fred] Right anyway so [Fred] my favourite thing for breakfast is bacon [Fred] Yes. Do you like bacon? [Fred] I love bacon. [Fred] I like bacon most when it’s smoked. [Fred] And I also like it when it’s really crispy [Fred] And I like the fact that [Fred] You can have bacon hot [Fred] And you can have it cold [Fred] Sometimes I like to have… [Fred] bacon in a sandwich the next day [Fred] But
other times I like to have bacon on it’s own [Fred] It’s really really good. [Fred] Do you like bacon? [Fred] What’s your favourite kind? [Fred] Do you like big bacon? [Fred] Or small bacon? [Fred] Or rashers of bacon? [Fred] Or do you like other types of bacon? [Fred] Do you like it smoked? [Fred] Or do you like it unsmoked? [Fred] Do you like it… [Fred] Well I don’t know [Fred] I’ve run out of questions. [Fred] This is reallty hard being a talk show host [Fred] Hello? Hello? Help [Fred] What do I do? How do I make it stop? [Fred] Uh. Eggs? Oh I like eggs. [Fred] Um help! [Fred] Er boiled eggs? Do you like boiled eggs? [Fred] I like boiled eggs. [Fred] I like them with soldiers [Fred] Hello. Help. How do I make it stop? [Fred] Hello! [Fred] Hello! [Fred] Oh! [Fred] Bye!