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British media are very critical about new delay: On the road to humiliating Halloween-brexit
The decision to make the deadline for the brexit to shift to 31 October, does not fall in good earth in the British media. Different newspapers speak Thursday about a "humiliation", or launching the new term "Halloween-brexit".

During the European summit on the Brexit in Brussels, after hours of negotiations, agreed that the United Kingdom until 31 October, the time for the door of the EU behind her back to pull. The decision on the postponement fell just before 2 a.m. (1 hour in the United Kingdom). For a lot of British newspapers, it was too late to go in on the content of the agreement, but on their news sites show the British media are today very critical about the new delay.

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Different media than also very enthusiastic about the link with the griezelfeest Halloween, on October 31, takes place. "May's Halloweenhorror," reported the editorial on the website of the tabloid The Daily Mail this morning. "Britain is on the way to a humiliating Halloween-brexit, the EU-leaders Theresa May have ignored her until October 31, the time given to its deal to be approved," writes the magazine about the flexible extension of article 50.

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