Rachel Johnson Exposes Breasts During Sky News Brexit Debate

Brexit is a right clusterfuck, as we all know. Nobody has a clue what is going on yet everyone seems to disagree with each other.

So in order to simplify the dialogue, people are now getting their boobs out while discussing the matter.

Dr Victoria Bateman appeared on Good Morning Britain topless earlier in the week while debating Brexit, and now none other than Boris Johnson's sister, Rachel, has followed suit.

Appearing on The Pledge on Sky News, the conservative politician's younger sister whipped off her top in order to 'in tribute to Dr Bateman'.

Looking into the camera, she said: "As I know, it can be hard to get your voice heard about Brexit nowadays. It feels like we've hit saturation point.

"Enter pro-EU campaigner Victoria Batemen, who's come up with a striking way this week to get herself noticed.

"Appearing across the media completely starkers to make various points about Brexit leaving Britain naked."

Beginning to unbutton her top, she continued: "So in tribute to Dr Bateman, I've decided to follow suit every time we talk about Brexit - just to make sure I get noticed."

Rachel Johnson wanted to be noticed, and it appears to have worked. Credit: Sky News
Rachel Johnson wanted to be noticed, and it appears to have worked. Credit: Sky News

By the end of her speech, her boobs were out for all to see (except for viewers at home, thanks to a blur job).

Whether or not she sticks to her word and takes her top off every time she talks about Brexit remains to be seen. Seems like that could become quite tiresome on her part, plus Nick Ferrari - who was also on the show - might end up having a heart attack.

It feels like we have a trend emerging here though.

Earlier in the week, when Dr Bateman made this cleavaged campaign known to breakfast TV viewers on Good Morning Britain, she argued Brexit Britain would be left 'exposed' and 'naked economically'.

She said: "The key message I have to deliver is Brexit is the emperor's new clothes, that what high-profile Brexiteers promised Brexit voters is just not possible to deliver.

"The British economy faces many, many problems right now - shortage with housing, problems with the NHS, wages stagnating, too many people up and down the country using food banks - but the European Union is not the cause of those problems.

"So how is Brexit going to help us solve those problems? That are at the heart of our daily struggles?"

Tune into Good Morning Britain in a fortnight when Boris Johnson will be laying out his argument for a stronger Britain outside of the EU - with his cock out.

Featured Image Credit: Sky News

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University before going to live in Australia and New Zealand for a few years, where he wrote a travel blog. He has previously written for the Eastern Daily Press, Giggle Beats, CALM and Front Magazine. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.

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