So this one's hard to figure out. Jeremy Clarkson and James May, noted for their abilities to drive and talk about cars, made a video to show support for the Remain campaign that is against the UK leaving the European Union. In it, they make very British jokes about sandwich spread and the original Ford Mondeo and then tell the viewer to vote with them.

On the one hand, it's tame in comparison to some of the campaign shenanigans we've been subjected to in the US lately. On the other, uh, why should Britons listen to them? There's pretty much no substance to their plea, although they could have pointed out that British and foreign automakers operating there have made a case for staying in the EU.

If you want a slightly more thorough and still entertaining take on the Brexit issue from a Brit, go watch the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

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