European Council President Donald Tusk has expressed an opinion of a “special place in hell” for “those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan of how to carry it out safely ”.Brexit supporting MPs reacted with anger to the comments, charging Mr. Tusk of “arrogance”.

According to Downing Street, it was a question for Mr. Tusk “whether he considers the use of that kind of language helpful ”. The official representative told, “We had a robust and lively referendum campaign in this country. In what was the largest democratic exercise in our history, people voted to leave the EU ”.

He added that everyone should know aim on delivering that. In a news conference, Mr. Tusk posted comments immediately.

And the end of their news conference, Mr. Varadkar was selected by the microphones telling, “ They’ll give you terrible trouble in the British press for that.” The officials of Brussels were quick for presenting clarifications according to the remarks of Donald Tusk, describing the special place of the Brexiteers special place in hell would be for while they are dead and “not right now”.

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage who is now a self-sufficient MEP tweeted: “After Brexit, we will be free of unelected, arrogant bullies like you and run our own country. Sounds more like heaven to me. ”

Brexit representative of the Democratic Unionist Party Sammy Wilson told, “This devilish Euro maniac is doing his best to keep the United Kingdom bound by the chains of EU bureaucracy and control. It is Tusk and his arrogant EU negotiators who have fanned the flames of fear in an attempt to try and overturn the result of the referendum. ”

 

 

 

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