brought in May be a second Referendum in the game, the situation in the UK. Once again, a Minister resigns. All of this could strengthen-wing populists.
EU Council President Donald Tusk must shudder when he looks at the undignified spectacle of the British Prime Minister, Theresa May and their Tory party currently in Westminster. The British, like the six-month Brexit-deferral, please make good use of and this precious time, not another Time wasting, he had asked London for almost imploringly, after Brussels had given the UK a further extension until the end of October.
But no one in Westminster is listening to Tusk these days. Because no one in the government is particularly interested in what comes out of Brussels. And no one is interested in the European elections, which take place today, in spite of everything.