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Lib Dems call for referendum on I’m a Celebrity 2019 result

Jo Swinson
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Jacqueline Jossa’s reign as queen of the jungle could be cut short if the Liberal Democrats call for a referendum to overturn the result of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here 2019.

Jo Swinson is expected to announce today that the Lib Dems are preparing to pass legislation calling for a referendum on Sunday night’s I’m a Celebrity vote when parliament reconvenes next week. 

Former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa was named queen of the jungle after receiving 52% of the vote to triumph over runner up Andy Whyment. 

However, Ms Swinson may claim that the 11 million people that voted during the finale were not fully informed as at least a handful were watching Channel 4’s Everything but Brexit debate on catchup and missed the beginning.


The Lib Dem leader could suggest that once people return to work on Monday morning and discuss the result with friends and colleagues they might change their minds and want to vote for Roman Kemp instead.

Despite early predictions of a win, DJ Roman Kemp came third in the contest but confirmed that he has no ambitions to form a coalition with either Whyment or Jossa.

Elsewhere, Boris Johnson faced his own Bushtucker Trial today as a faulty Sat Nav was blamed for the PM turning up at a fish market in Grimsby early this morning. 

Locals in the Labour heartland say they were shocked as the big-mouthed bass wriggled about on the floor, gasping for air and repeating "get Brexit done" like he did in the TV debate last week.


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