'Crushed', 'historical humiliation', 'fighting for his life'.
the Judgment is harsh and brutal in the british press after the prime minister Theresa Mays historic brexit-the defeat on Tuesday night.
'Brexit-the agreement is dead as a dodo', writes The Sun on the front page of its newspaper, where May pictured as the extinct bird.
Theresa Mays proposals for a brexit-the agreement was voted down, with 432 against 202 votes in the british parliament.
the Front page of The Sun.
'the Worst defeat ever', writes Metro.
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It is one of the biggest defeats ever to a british government by a vote in parliament. A fact which also characterizes onsdagsaviserne.
'the Worst defeat ever', writes the Metro on the front page, while the Daily Telegraph calls the vote 'a total humiliation,' and writes that Mays brexit deal is turned into dust.
- It requires a very special talent to get so many people to make common front against him, says in the british newspaper.
the Daily Mail.
'No deal, no hope', writes the Daily Mirror among other things on the front.
Dismay - dismay - sounds the pun on the front page of the Daily Express.
In a statement immediately after the vote, said May, she will present realistic suggestions to the european UNION in the new situation.
the Vote on the brexitaftalen were originally supposed to have taken place in december, but in May decided to postpone it, since it was clear that the agreement would be rejected.
She hoped to get more insurance and adjustments in Brussels, but her opponents say that she has nothing gained.
Boris Johnson, a former foreign minister, says that it is obvious how bad the agreement is for the british. He declares the agreement to be dead.
- We should, with still greater enthusiasm to prepare for a situation without an agreement, said Johnson.
The historic vote was followed on television around the country. Photo: AFP
the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn call Theresa Mays defeat the largest in the parliament since the 1920s.
In the background calls the Labour leader a mistillidsafstemning to Mays government on Wednesday. Several of Mays ministers is not, however, prepared to transfer power to Corbyn.
According to spokesmen for the british government, a debate ahead of the mistillidsafstemning start at 14 and last until the bell 20 Danish time.
Extra Magazine follows the drama.