Police forces across Europe today started a Europe wide round up of Brexit Brits and sending them home.
Police forces in Amsterdam, Ibiza, Prague and many others began the raids at around 5am this morning in preparation for the UK’s official exit from the EU at midnight tonight.
Countries who had experienced particular troubles with “Brits Abroad” including football hooligans, stag nights and English yobs were particularly eager to get rid of the idiots who creep onto the continent due to lax laws on immigration into the Schengen zone.
Starting on 1st Feb 2020, there will be a visa system in place to keep the idiots out, with France even considering bricking up the entrance to the Channel Tunnel towards the end of the year.
“Certain measures will be in place to keep out the idiots”, said a Police spokesman. “We fully intend to keep out Barry and the lads from Clacton-On-Sea, as well as Kev and Darren and their 20 pints challenge.”
Crowds of local residents gathered in various cities to applaud the work of the Police.
Luxembourg has been selected to host the world’s first drink driving championships as part of its national branding campaign.
Thousands of competitors have been waiting for years for the opportunity to compete in the event and finally their dreams are coming true.
Drink driving has been an unofficial sport in the grand duchy for years thanks to phenomenally high taxi prices and lack of long distance late night transport.
Regional heats will be organised between the city and Grevenmacher as well as Echternach and Diekirch.
Drivers are expected to tackle tight corners while overtaking cars at high speeds.
Extensive training regimes will be in place to assure drivers that because they own a new BMW, it means they are invincible on the roads.
Plastic gold star badges will be awarded to the winners as well as social recognition from their well connected local commune friends.
Losers will probably get a small fine.
Eager fans of the famous Netflix series “Narcos” will be pleased to know that the new season is currently being filmed in Esch sur Alzette.
Local residents reported that the scenes being filmed were very realistic and almost gave the impression of being a city of crime, just like a real city.
After filming in various locations around the country, the new season is expected to be out after some ridiculously long period of time, like 2020 or something.
New law proposals were approved this morning that would ban the wearing of socks with sandals in all public places by as early as next summer.
The bill was passed in the chambres des deputies with an overwhelming 94% vote in favour.
Checks at the gare as well as border controls will become stricter.
Extra security checks in supermarket parking areas are also expected to begin by May next year.
Heavy fines and possible custodial sentences for repeat offenders will be given to anyone of any age wearing this monstrosity.
You have been warned.
France beat Croatia 4-2 in the World Cup Final 2018.
While most countries celebrated in an orderly fashion, the French “fans” decided to destroy their country.
We have the recent update in images captured by our photographers in the areas affected.
Luxembourg Police on Friday decided that they no longer can be bothered to seek out a possible international terrorist threat and instead pick on some local teenagers smoking a joint.
After some discussion between senior officers, it was decided that because nothing really terrorist related had happened, they would give some basic training to the Palace guards who could then “jump in to save the day if some shit went down”.
This in turn has freed up so much Police time, that teenagers seen to be smoking a joint are seen as as big a threat as a terrorist.
“Because of the use of cigarette lighters, we see this as a potentially explosive situation.” said a Police spokesman. “We cannot risk a joint attack.”
“We have trained the Palace guards to handle a terrorist attack so we can start bullying teenagers for their weed and lunch money.”
The so called “New Police” force in Luxembourg have officially announced their opening times for stations across the country.
Residents are advised to take note in case of emergency over the festive season.
24th December: Until around 5pm ish.
25th December: Not really sure. Maybe in the evening?
26th December: Probably after 10am.
31st December: Really late, like 11pm or so.
1st January: Good luck!
Luxembourg Police announced earlier this morning their new design for their annual Halloween party.
The chief of Police was said to be extremely happy with the new design and said that they may even decide to wear the costumes permanently in the future because he described them as “really comfy”.
The design, based on a Peugeot lion that had gone crazy and prowled the streets of Luxembourg looking for callef (baby cow) victims, had apparently caused a big laugh in the offices and the Police cells alike, is sure to be a big success.
Expect to see a fresh fashion parade walking the streets near you soon!
Luxembourg police in riot gear smashed in the doors of polling stations and dragged protesters away by the hair, beating some with batons and firing rubber bullets at others on Sunday as they tried to shut down an illegal referendum on independence in Hollerich.
Despite the police brutality against largely peaceful demonstrations, voting began in many locations across Hollerich and the gare area at 9 a.m. The Hollerich government said 73 percent of polling stations were open.
It’s unclear when or, indeed, if a result will be announced and no exit polls are planned, though those who do vote are likely to be overwhelmingly from the pro-independence camp. A non-binding vote in 2014, also held in defiance of the Luxembourgish courts, saw 80 percent back a split from Luxembourg on turnout of about 30 percent. In the most recent Hollerich government poll in July, 35 percent of respondents said the region should become independent.
More news as it comes in.
The Avenue de la Gare remains closed this evening due to a large group of more than 3,000 Bonnevoie residents trying to enter the City Centre illegally earlier today.
Although the problem has been managed for the last few months with upgraded security measures, local Police have been under increased pressure lately after rumours spread that the Alima near the Adem is “a bit nicer”.
A number of anonymous would-be county migrants have informally told Benelux News that the new Louboutin shop in the centre could drive numbers dangerously high, as many women will attempt to cross the bridge over the Petrusse.
However, residents of the city centre have been quick to condemn the heavy-handed tactics of the Police who are keeping them from entering the city, and a humanitarian campaign has already gathered thousands of Cactus cards to ensure that those who do make it across can access a single complimentary Tea or Coffee per day – although a small snack purchase will be necessary if they choose to sit down with their drink in a café.
Current journey times between Bonnevoie and Limpertsberg are taking up to 12 hours, so only travel if absolutely necessary.