Nineteenth-century gentleman and unbelievably a politician, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has said that there is nothing to worry about from a no-deal Brexit, after the Bank of England reported that it would cause billions in damage to the UK economy.
"We'll be fine," said the rich toff. "Everyone should simply buy in plenty of food, and give the servants a day off if they're worried."
Rees-Mogg has called the Bank of England's predictions "Project Hysteria", and wonders why people are worried about what could be the most serious recession since the 1930s.
"If they lose their jobs, they should simply ask their banker for a loan of a million pounds or two. I've done it countless times."
"Or if they are homeless, they could ask one of their schoolchums if they could borrow their second or third home for a few weeks until they get back on their feet."