Brexit rage: An Irish politician blasted the UK as a “s*** show,” asking, “How did they run an empire?”


Brexit rage: An Irish politician blasted the UK as a “s*** show,” asking, “How did they run an empire?”

BREXIT tensions flared as one Irish MEP referred to the UK’s exit as a “s*** show,” adding, “Makes you wonder how they ever ran an empire.”

The EU and the UK are still at differences over the Northern Ireland protocol, which is wreaking havoc on imports into the UK due to lorry driver shortages, red tape, and COVID-19. As Brexit wreaks havoc on vital supply chains, UK food and drink exports to the European Union have dropped by £2 billion in the last year. According to recent research from the Food and Drink Federation, exports to Germany, Spain, and Italy have all dropped by more than a third in the last year.

This comes as regulations for transporting goods from Northern Ireland to the United Kingdom are being delayed.

They were supposed to go into effect by the end of the year, but the administration says that won’t happen now.

The shambolic nature of the last five years of talks between Brussels and London has sparked outrage in the EU, as evidenced by numerous people criticizing the UK for its decision to leave the bloc in 2019.

An Irish lawmaker mocked the condition of British politics as outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May failed to get her divorce agreement through Parliament.

Fianna Fáil’s Brexit spokesman, Lisa Chambers, said: “It’s a s*** show that simply continues on and on.” It makes you wonder how they managed to build an empire.

“British politics is currently in a state of disarray. People have been taken aback by how chaotic things have been.”

Pascal Lamy, a former presidential adviser, European commissioner, and World Trade Organization chief and one of France’s most senior public officials, was equally as incisive in his appraisal.

“Britain’s reputation is, without a doubt, greatly tarnished,” he remarked.

Some British MPs, Mr Lamy argued, are “on another planet,” unable to grasp that Brexit is the diplomatic and legal equivalent of “trying to take the eggs out of an omelette.”

“Even now, they scream the most horrible nonsense,” he continued. Many people have yet to arrive at a place that may be described as reality. The cognitive dissonance is mind-boggling.”

gnes Vadai, a member of Hungary’s opposition Democratic Coalition, said she had never witnessed “such profound uncertainty in the United Kingdom.”

“I’ve spoken to MPs who support Brexit, and I believe they’re living in a world that no longer exists,” she added. The issue for the United Kingdom was never.”Brinkwire Summary News.”


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