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House of Fools – the British press out of the policy

the Last-Minute concessions from Brussels, helped nothing. The British house of Commons from blared the Brexit-the agreement of the Prime Minister Theresa May. The Opposition voted together with about a quarter of may's conservative party is against the Deal Prime Minister.

you Should now determine on Wednesday the dominant issue on the front pages of British Newspapers, it would be the loss of control. Most clearly comes to the "Financial Times" and the newspaper "i" to the fore. "May lose the control over the Brexit", the headlines in the FT, while on "i" just "out of control" emblazoned.

In the eternal Brexit-the grave of struggle are mixed, depending on the Kinds and the Alliance of the media house, the alleged perpetrators of the mess are also the same: The most widely read tabloid "The Sun" moves to the Prime Minister personally and the headline "Rugged horror show" in allusion to may's hoarse voice. "The Prime Minister loses her voice, while your Deal is crumbling," writes the newspaper underneath.

"the Rugged horror show": The title page of the "Sun". Image: Twitter

in Contrast, the number two on the UK media market: the tabloid "Daily Mail". The house was in allusion to the popular Netflix political series "House of Cards" (house of cards) a "House of Fools" (fools house). As this is what is meant, makes the Newspapers in the Lead is clear: "you swore to deliver the Brexit, the United Kingdom has voted – and they had him in Hand. But last night, taunting the deputies decided instead to plunge our desperate Nation into Chaos."

"fool's house": The title page of the "Daily Mail". Image: Twitter

The "Daily Mirror" focused on the uncertainty ahead for the country: "Brexit-delay chaos". The Prime Minister had abandoned after a "further massive defeat" and let the UK into Chaos.

The British quality press hold back, all the while the debt allocation. "Driven to despair" was the headline of the otherwise so sober Times, but the coverage is otherwise in the tone neutral: "the UK has been yesterday plunged in a political crisis, as Theresa May lost after a second major defeat in the Commons the control over Brexit." The content of the article, however, is controversial: There is speculation that a group had decided to ask high-ranking Tories May still have this week to resign.

The "Guardian" weaves the theme of loss of control over may's loss of authority in the title story. "Theresa May has suffered with your Brexit Deal a second humiliating defeat, as the deputies refused to accept him with a crushing majority of 149 votes, and so that your already shattered the authority of a new blow-shifted."

Many of the Newspapers mention on the front page of the timetable for today: The members decide if the UK is to retire without agreement from the EU. The vote was re-scheduled to 19 o'clock in the evening (local time, 20 o'clock, Swiss time); it is expected to be a clear rejection.


Created: 13.03.2019, 10:44 PM

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