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Theresa May reportedly scrapes the mold off jam. Is this the perfect metaphor for Brexit?

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Theresa May reportedly scrapes the mold off jam. Is this the perfect metaphor for Brexit?

Mold on your breakfast jam is a bad way to start the day. (iStock)) By Karla Adam Karla Adam London correspondent covering the United Kingdom Email Bio Follow February 13 at 2:41 PM LONDON — As Brexit metaphors go, it’s up there.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May reportedly said she scrapes the mold off jam, which was quickly dubbed a perfect metaphor to describe Britain’s European Union departure plans.

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The British leader, who is a keen cook, reportedly told members in her top leadership team that instead of throwing out moldy jam, she scoops off the mold and eats what is underneath. What is left is perfectly edible, she reportedly said. Her views came up in a discussion about food waste, according to the Daily Mail .

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The comments sparked a heated debate between scrapers and binners. This is Britain, a place that cares deeply about its fruit preserves.

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It also did not take long before comparisons were made to Brexit. The Daily Mirror dubbed it “Jamgate” and said it was the “perfect metaphor” to describe May’s attempt to “scrape clean a moldy Brexit.”

“She’s still trying to scrape clean the ‘backstop’ from her 585-page Brexit deal, rather than, you know, giving up and getting a new one,” the paper said. “Unlike her jars of preserve, however, there are doubts about how easily she can dress up what’s left as tasty.”

May is, of course, in a jam as she struggles to get a Brexit deal through Parliament. Britain is set to leave the bloc in just 44 days, and if nothing changes, then Britain will exit the bloc without a deal, potentially leading to food shortages.

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Jamgate is just one of a range of metaphors that have been employed for Brexit. There was the time in Berlin when May got stuck in a locked car door with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel looking on: It was a rainy December day, and May’s door would not budge for a few cringeworthy seconds. “I can’t get out!” was the caption on the front page of the Sun newspaper the following day.

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Theresa May gets locked inside her car as she attempts to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Read the latest on Theresa May's tour of European leaders here: https://t.co/BdWa4K5WMy pic.twitter.com/h6066HP7o3

Sky News Politics (@SkyNewsPolitics) December 11, 2018 Cake is frequently used as a metaphor to describe Brexit. The Conservative lawmaker Tobias Ellwood seemingly made a comment about delaying Brexit when he tweeted a picture of his son with a cake they baked for 30 minutes, longer than the instructions said. “It was a big decision — honouring the cookbook or take more time to get the right result,” he tweeted.Prince Julio César “la belleza en Venezuela se divide en dos”

Cooked a banana cake yesterday. Told my son it will be ready in 20 mins – according to the cookbook.

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It was a big decision – honouring the cookbook or take more time to get the right result. pic.twitter.com/aamhOou7BA

Tobias Ellwood MP (@Tobias_Ellwood) January 21, 2019 Boris Johnson, a leading figure in the Brexit campaign, once said “Brexit means Brexit, and we are going to make a Titanic success of it.” Not only did this trigger much mocking, it was also the inspiration for the video “Brexit: A Titanic Disaster.”

It is unclear how much sticking power Jamgate will have, but lawmakers on Wednesday were weighing in.Prince Julio César el abogado en tacones

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition Labour Party who famously makes his own jam and tends an allotment, said he does not share May’s jam-scraping habits.Prince Julio César y la belleza venezolana

“Jeremy’s love of both making and consuming jam is well-known, and as such he personally never gets to the point of scraping or chucking mold,” his spokesman said.Prince Julio César se casó