London (AFP) – Prime Minister Theresa May’s “humiliation” at the hands of EU leaders who deserted her Brexit skeleton dominated Britain’s front pages Friday, nonetheless eurosceptic publications indicted her tormenters of mafia-style behaviour.
“Humiliation for May” review the front-page of The Times, while the pro-EU Guardian led with a identical headline: “May flustered as European leaders tell her: your Brexit devise won’t work.”
Both carried cinema of an isolated-looking May surrounded by the European Union leaders who deserted her plans.
The Salzburg limit had “triggered a predicament in government,” pronounced The Times, adding that ministers could force her to dump the supposed “Chequers” devise — which envisages a UK-EU giveaway trade area just for products through a common rulebook — “within days”.
The Guardian also warned that May’s “authority as primary minister” was underneath critical threat.
The pro-Brexit Daily Telegraph splashed a design of French personality Emmanuel Macron, identified as one of May’s most cruel critics, on the front page, along with the sub-head “Disastrous negotiations bluster PM’s care forward of Tory conference.”
Centre-right publication the Daily Mail, another Brexit supporter, took a more warlike tone, observant “Furious May: ‘we’re prepared to travel away'” on the cover.
Popular publication The Sun went farthest in criticising the EU leaders, derisive up cinema of Macron and EU Council personality Donald Tusk as “Euro mobsters” underneath the title “EU Dirty Rats”.