Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during an event launching the Conservative Party’s general election campaign in Birmingham, Britain, November 6, 2019 [Phil Noble/Reiters]

The never-ending Brexit saga has the world hooked, not on its complexities, but on the spectacle it is turning out to be. British humour has been at its sardonic best in capturing that complexity with Brexit described as “the political equivalent of reversing a vasectomy”. This, however, does not deter British Prime Minister Boris Johnson from ranting on about “getting Brexit done”. One indicator of the widening chasm between the complex realities and difficulties of Brexit and its actual realisation is the numerous slogans that have been coined, mostly by the “leave” side of the Brexit divide. What these

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