This morning.

Brussels, Belgium.

UK Prime Minister meets European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker a day after European Council President Donald Tusk said there is a “special place in Hell” for Brexiteers “without a plan”.

In their joint statement following talks in Brussels, Mrs May and Mr Juncker said: “The prime minister described the context in the UK Parliament, and the motivation behind last week’s vote in the House of Commons seeking a legally-binding change to the terms of the backstop.

“She raised various options for dealing with these concerns in the context of the Withdrawal Agreement in line with her commitments to the Parliament.”
Media captionDonald Tusk: “Special place in hell” for those without Brexit plan

Mr Juncker “underlined that the EU27 will not reopen the Withdrawal Agreement” but “expressed his openness” to amending the future relationship to be “more ambitious in terms of content and speed”.

Mrs May is now meeting European Parliament President Antonio Tajani and the Parliament’s Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt.

Brexit: May and Juncker talks ‘robust but constructive’ (BBC)

Yesterday: A Special Place In Hell

Pics: Getty

Meanwhile

4 thoughts on “Hellacious

  1. Ian-O

    Brilliant! Wasn’t really aware of Bercow before this (name is familiar but not 100%) but when you compare him with the turgid moron we have in Seán Ó Fearghaíl, it puts into sharp contrast how incestuous the current Dail is.

    1. theo kretschmar schuldorff

      The Commons has its fair share of inbreds too, but yes, Bercow(itz!) is an uncommon genius – and fears no one (apart from house ctte on bullying perhaps)

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