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5, September 2019

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The increased productivity from rolling Christmas and New Year holidays into one will pay for the cost of Brexit

The increased productivity from rolling Christmas and New Year holidays into one will pay for the cost of Brexit

The UK government is to move the Christmas holiday to December 31st after Brexit.

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Holidays which is in charge of holidays said: “Part of the EU treaty is that all members share the same major holidays.

“However, when we leave we will no longer be able to share the same dates so we have to move a few holidays.

“Besides, we really don’t want to be celebrating Christmas at the same time as the EU, do we? We’ll have our own British Christmas Day which will be much better.

“It’s not as if we know the correct date anyway so it’s really not that important.

“Moving Christmas to December 31st means we can roll Christmas and New Year holidays into one so Christmas day and Boxing Day will run concurrently with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

“It’s part of the government’s new efficiency strategy for a leaner, more efficient Britain. The productivity increase alone will almost cover the Brexit bill.

“We’re also going to bring in a law banning the sale of Christmas cards until November. We believe that will prove very popular.”

Ref: BBC News Who buys Christmas cards in August?

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