Brexit means Breakfast

Brexit means Breakfast

 11 Apr 2019

“Conference: mark my words. We will make breakfast a success.”
 
For those of you who don’t remember, this was a political blunder Tory politician Andrew Davies made back in 2016. Which to this day, he hasn’t lived down, causing mass confusion across the British MP’s.
 
Davies made this statement whilst addressing a Tory Party conference in October 2016. This was an attempt at re-iterating the catchphrase previously made by the Prime Minister (Theresa May) - “Brexit means Brexit and we’re going to make a success of it”. Which in hindsight, was a bold statement for May to make in the first place.
 
Since then, this has been a reoccurring offence made by our British MP’s, which has been a great way to add some hilarity into the dreaded topic of Brexit.
 
SNP MP, Ian Blackford stated that “Government analysis shows that Scotland and the north east of England would lose out from breakfast…”. Now I know plenty of British holiday makers would be outraged if this were to affect their notorious Scottish / English fry ups!!
 
Now I’m fed up, as I’m sure you all are, of the daily HOURLY updates around the sheer shambles that is Brexit but let’s not forget the importance of breakfast!
 
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it kick-starts your metabolism, which helps you burn calories throughout the course of the day. Several studies have shown eating breakfast to be beneficial to your health, helping memory & concentration, lowering levels of bad cholesterol and lowering chances of serious health defects such as; diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Now it is unclear if these health benefits are down to eating breakfast or are related to the idea that people who tend to eat breakfast have healthier lifestyles, but it is understood that breakfast or (breaking the fast) is important in regulating healthy bodily functions. When you wake up in the morning the blood sugar your body requires to make your muscles and brain work is low and eating breakfast replenishes this, supplying you with the energy you need to kick-start your day - shake up your wake up!
 
Another thing that you should also remember to do every day that is hugely important for you (and is also, in my eyes, ranked enormously higher than Brexit) is drinking plenty of water. Health authorities recommend that you should be drinking around eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 litres, or half a gallon per day. By doing this, there are major health benefits including maximising physical performance, positively influencing energy levels & brain function, preventing & treats headaches, helping with weight loss and most importantly helps avoid hangovers (!!).
 
I’ve been informed lately (within the last hour) that the chronicles of Brexit are due to be extended again for up to a year - hooray! With that being said, I hope the useful information I’ve shared in this blog will be of some good use (if you decide to use it) and have a positive mental attitude (PMA) effect on you - because Breakfast** Sorry Brexit certainly won’t.
 
Some other notable mis-haps that deserve a mention:
 
Labour MP, John McDonnell - ““The government is hurtling towards a chaotic breakfast that will damage our economy.”
 
BBC Presenter, Andrew Neil - “I don’t remember anyone talking about hard Brexit, or soft Brexit. It was just Brexit or no breakfast.”
 
First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the SNP, Nicola Sturgeon - “I respect the mandate she has. She [Theresa May] said, earlier in the week, that Brexit means breakfast.”

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