European Union leader Donald Tusk accused those who called raised a deal like Brexit without right conceptual planning, saying he expects now UK Prime Minister has a “realistic”  plan. The British Prime Minister is due in Brussels for seeking a way to confirm the orderly withdrawal BY Britain from the EU and avoid what Donald Task alerted would be a “ fiasco”. But supporting the Irish leader Leo Varadkar Donald Tusk alerted once again that the divorce deal agreed by Theresa May in the last year but stalled to sell to her parliament will not be reopened.

Neither will the “backstop” of the deal which ensures an open Irish border, the told cursing the British eurosceptics now pushing for a hasty “no deal” departure.

Tusk also told, “I’ve been wondering what that special place in Hell looks like, for those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely ”.

The statement generates an urgent turmoil across the Channel, with the Brexit representative for the Northern Irish DUP party selecting on the theme and marking Tusk a “ devilish, trident-wielding, egomaniac”.

Number 10 was more estimated in its response but did not hide its infatuation. The representative of the UK Prime Minister told, “It’s a question for Donald Tusk as to whether he considers the use of that kind of language to be helpful, and I appreciate that was difficult this morning because he didn’t take any questions ”.

Ireland’s Varadkar met Tusk who represents EU members states as President of the European Council, before the discussions with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. The top EU officials are to take the stand of Ms. Theresa May but few Brussels expect her to come with an acceptable offer to recover the deal,50 days from Brexit.

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