"”Crushed”, the ”worst defeat ever”, a ”total humiliation”."
"After röstfiaskot cut Theresa May in the british media – and being painted as an extinct animal."
"”Brexitavtalet is just as dead as a dront”, writes The Sun on its front page."
"Theresa Mays proposals on a brexitavtal was struck down with 432 against 202 votes in the uk parliament on Tuesday night. It was the worst defeat of a british prime minister has suffered in the modern era – which in the uk the tabloids trumpeting out during Wednesday."
"the”Worst defeat ever”, writes the Metro, with a big picture on May. ”Crushed,” writes The Scotsman. ”A total humiliation,” writes The Telegraph, and In calling it a ”historic humiliation”. On The Sun's front page has written that ”Mays brexitavtal is just as dead as a dront” and put the prime head on it since hundreds of years extinct animal. ”Brextinct”, a mixture of brexit and the word extinct (”extinct”), writes the tabloid with big letters."
"I think everyone was shocked by how extensive the loss was," says Polly Mackenzie, head of the Uk's largest cross-party think tank Demos, in the BBC."
" When you know that the house is against you in a vote with twice as many votes as you, then you do not take it to a vote, it's embarrassing."
"The Guardian focuses on the large number of Toryledamöter who voted against the prime minister's agreement. ”May in the historical loss when the Tories are turning against her,” writes the left-wing newspaper on its front page."
"– In normal times so a loss would with half as large a scale as this lead to that the prime minister may leave his post, " says Dave Wooding, political editor at the Sun on Sunday, in the BBC."
" I believe that in these figures that get so much attention and you have missed a digit and it is 118, which is so many conservatives who voted against her, and it is also the a huge rekordsiffra."
"Yes, May do probably best not to pick up the morning newspaper on Wednesday. And the prime minister has a lot of other things to stand in. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of censure against her, who on Wednesday will be debated in parliament."
"”is Fighting for his life,” writes the right wing Daily Mail, which in recent times supported May, on its front page."
"Thousands of supporters of both sides had gathered outside the parliament to follow the sensitive vote. A clear majority had EU flags, demanded a new referendum and sang that the government can shove it up their brexit somewhere. When the crushing results came cheered the EU-supporters and hugged each other like football fans after a victory."
"I can't say that I'm cheering, but I is relief," says Chris Hatcher, 56, from Wales."
"His cap matches the umbrella of the EUROPEAN union flag pattern."
" We have not killed the brexit, but this is a step closer to it. When they will withdraw article 50 (on the EU-exit) then you will hear a cheer called duga. And we will stop the brexit. It can easily be a re-vote and then vote the people to stay."
"If it becomes a new vote, a new election, withdrawal without any agreement, or any other of the options that persists remains to be seen. The Daily Mirror is not as hopeful as Hatcher on its front page: ”No deal, no hope, no clue, no confidence,” writes the tabloid with a picture of the May."