By Andrea Triunfo
From the European Parliament Brexit’s coordinator to several MPs, here are the reactions to Theresa May’s expected announcement that the Brexit vote will be delayed.
I can’t follow anymore. After two years of negotiations, the Tory government wants to delay the vote. Just keep in mind that we will never let the Irish down. This delay will further aggravate the uncertainty for people & businesses. It’s time they make up their mind! #brexit
— Guy Verhofstadt (@guyverhofstadt) December 10, 2018
Guy Verhofstadt is the European Parliament Brexit’s coordinator.
I could have sworn that only yesterday you guys were saying renegotiating the deal was ‘unicorn fantasyland’. https://t.co/gSVjaOj5L9
— Barry Gardiner (@BarryGardiner) December 10, 2018
Barry Gardiner is the Labour MP for Brent North Shadow and Secretary of State for International Trade & Shadow Minister for International Climate Change.
Arriving back at Westminster and the news is that the PM has listened to concerns expressed over the #WAdeal and is heading to Brussels. It’s clear that she is acting in the national interest and standing up for Britain. The @Conservatives are the only party now backing #Brexit.
— Rachel Maclean MP (@redditchrachel) December 10, 2018
Rachel Maclean is the Conservative MP for Redditch.
— BBC Radio 5 Live (@bbc5live) December 10, 2018
The reaction from BBC Radio 5 live audience at the moment of the announcement.
"It took over a year and a half to negotiate, it has the support of 28 governments" – Irish PM Leo Varadkar says that #Brexit deal is "the only agreement on the table"
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) December 10, 2018
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar spoke about the Brexit deal.