Brexit means Biscuit
Brexit means Biscuit

The world’s most powerful supercomputer was tasked with calculating the actual answer to the question which has been baffling Britain and the rest of the world for months, what does Brexit actually mean?

After three days of calculations the 93 petaflop Sunway TaihuLight at the National Supercomputing Centre in Wuxi, China came back with the answer “Brexit means Biscuit” Many variables were entered into the super computer by socio-economic experts, mathematicians, data scientists and futurists from around the world to give us this final answer to the greatest question of our age.

In light of this information the UK Government has already contracted McVities to program manage Brexit, the biscuit company have a strong track record and launched both Hobnobs Nibbles and Penguin Mini Biscuits in 2016; the Government believes this puts them in an exceptionally strong position both diplomatically and economically to manage Brexit.

Mary Thornton a student from Warwick was shocked by the news and was among many who questioned results, she remarked: “Are they completely sure that whoever typed the question in didn’t accidentally misspell the second Brexit?”