The International Chinese Communist Conspiracy to Keep Britain's Lights On
Now that EDF, after much moral agony and several resignations, has finally decided to lumber the British taxpayer with Hinkley Point C, Mad Tessie May has got cold feet and has postponed approving the pallid pachyderm until she can assure herself that the reactor rods will conceal no cunning Chinese sabotage devices or their cats. The Heathen Chinee have therefore addressed Her Majesty's Government a stern lecture upon the perils of throwing made-up accusations at potential business partners. "China can wait for a rational British government to make responsible decisions," proclaimed the Xinhua news agency, with more-than-Oriental sarcasm. It appears that the Heathen Chinee have not yet realised the full implications of our cutting loose from the twenty-seven parasitic bureaucracies on the other side of the Channel, and how much larger and stronger we will become as a result.