EUROCRATS applauded Theresa May’s decision to hold a General Election on June 8 through gritted teeth and warned they would try to influence voters to protest against Brexit.
Donald Tusk, the European Council president, bizarrely compared the move to the plot of a horror film and confirmed it had stunned the Brussels bloc.He wrote on Twitter: “It was Hitchcock who directed Brexit: first an earthquake and the tension rises.”
A senior EU official hinted Eurocrats had been planning to use the Brexit uncertainty in British Parliament as a bargaining tool and admitted it would protect Mrs May from those who insist a deal must leave the country worse off.The official said: “It will mean the concessions she has to make during talks won’t leave her open to attack.”
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