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Brexit : Tusk Brexit-advocates want to place in hell

Annoyed by the never-ending Brexit-Drama has criticised EU Council President, Donald Tusk, the unclear ideas of the outlet advocates with clear words. "I wonder how this special place in hell for the Brexit advocates, not looks, have once again Outlined a Plan," said Tusk on Wednesday after a Meeting with the Irish head of government Leo Varadkar in Brussels.

"you are ready for it in the British press and such terrible problems," said Varadkar, to the Hells-Expression after the end of the press conference Tusk turned.

Some of the British observers took it with Humor: "This is a special place in hell - is the inside or outside of the customs Union?", Robert Shrimsley of the "Financial Times" wrote in the short message service Twitter.

The Parliament questions British Minister, Andrea Leadsom, has demanded an apology from Tusk. Tusk's comment was "shameful" and "maliciously," said Leadsom, the BBC Radio on Wednesday, "I'm sure he'll wish that he hadn't done it, if he's thinking about." Leadsom, herself a glowing Brexit-follower.

The British house of Commons had rejected the EU negotiated exit contract in mid-January, clear. The main point of criticism of the Brexit advocates a catch-all solution for the British province of Northern Ireland. According to her, the UK would have to remain in a customs Union with the EU, if in a planned transition phase until the end of 2020, no better solution is found, to re-limit introduced to prevent checks to Ireland.

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prepares the EU that He hoped the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, is expected on Thursday in Brussels, now I have a "realistic" Plan for Brexit in the process, said Tusk. With a view on the fears of the Northern Ireland conflict could flare up when re-introduced border controls to Ireland again, he said, the EU is not going to put "peace". Tusk reiterated that the EU rejects renegotiations at the outlet agreement. (AFP/dpa)

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