the EU-critical tabloid The Sun on Thursday under the theme ”Mays nightmare,” the following heading:
the ”Brexit is extended to all saints day, to the Mays humiliation – will we EVER go out?”
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”Käbblande” EU leaders threw out Mays's appeal for an earlier Brexit, writes The Sun, which also claims that the suspension will cost the Uk a billion pounds a month, thus a total of 5 billion pounds, about 60 billion.
Conservative Daily Express puts the emphasis on internal EU wrangling:
the ”Brexit will be delayed to October, while the EU's unity is turned into pieces at the summit – Juncker furious at Macros”
the Macron was the leaders who were most forward to give the british a further extension.
According to a diplomatkälla to The Express was the EUROPEAN commission president Jean-Claude Juncker ”top barrels furious” on the French leader.
The Telegraph is talking about a ”Halloween-Brexit” after yet another night of negotiations in Brussels, which ”gave the bruises”.
the Extension almost certainly means that the Uk must participate in next month's EUROPEAN parliament elections, which arouses anger among the EU-critics in the house of commons, writes The Telegraph.
May hold on to the hope that she can get the british parliament to approve the utträdesavtalet in good time before the EUROPEAN elections, so it should be avoided, but this was dismissed by EU leaders, who are already debating a further extension after the October 31, according to the newspaper.
”This is the nightmare before Brexit for EU-sceptics in the conservative party,” writes the Daily Mirror with a skräckfilmsreferens.
A similar reference to the Hallloweenskräckisar makes the Daily Mail: ”Mays Halloween-horror”. Mail joins The Sun's vocabulary and writing to the british prime minister, received ”a degrading Brexit-nightmare”
The Guardian peaks the EU president Donald Tusks appeal to London after the compromise: ”don't Waste this time”.
the paper describes then what the agreement is and has as the first reference in the main article Tusks words: ”the Extension is just as flexible as I expected – a little shorter, but sufficient to find the best possible solution”.
Then the mentioned Macros, and only the third politician in the text speaks to The Guardian about Theresa May. She ”ducked ” the questions about her future as prime minister, after previously repeatedly promised an earlier utträdesdatum, called it.
The Guardian also notes that utträdesdatumet the 31st of October makes it possible for the current president of the commission Jean-Claude Juncker to finish this story before he himself ends on 1 november.
BBC refers only to the Tusks of the words that the british should not waste their time. Public service company renders as the irish prime minister, Leo Varadkars comment on Twitter after the agreement, namely, that the british now must either participate in the EU elections in may, or go out without a utträdesavtal on 1 June.
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