An independent review has revealed that only 88% of Facebook ads paid for by the Conservative Party in December contained misleading claims.
Responding to the report by Factz Checker, a non-profit organisation that works to debunk fake news while promoting premier satirical content, Boris Johnson vowed to launch a “full and thorough” investigation.
The prime minister was posing as a milkman this morning in the hope of banging out a vote or two from the housewives of south Yorkshire, when he told reporters.
“If this report is correct, and 12% of our adverts have not misled the public then, of course, that puts getting Brexit done at risk and is a very serious matter.
“But I urge the people of this great country to ignore the half-truths of the 12% that slipped through the net and believe in the blatant lies of the 88% before voting, for me, to stop the dither and delay and get Brexit done.
“Now if you’ll excuse me, Brenda at number 42 is expecting a special delivery of Boris’ blue top, and I hear she is a bit of a swing voter. Woof!”