Cameron: Yes No Yes No Yes No

LONDON - England - British prime minister David Cameron has declared he will put forward into law a Yes No vote for an In Out EU referendum in 2045.

“You the people will be forced to vote Yes No on the ballot sheet for the In Out EU referendum,” the PM said from 10 Downing street, twitching uncontrollably.

The referendum will be written into law next week and will ensure that everyone in the UK doesn’t have a say in the In Out EU referendum.

According to Cabinet insiders, the In Out EU ballot paper will consist of a simple box with a ‘yes no’ after it.

“I’m confused,” a member of the public said to a BBC crew in the streets of Harrogate, Yorkshire, today, when asked about the In Out referendum.

Boris Johnson, the London Mayor said: “In, out, in, out, in, out, just don’t tell the missus about it.”