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If Theresa May were given to Donald Tusk-style outbursts, she might have had a thing or two to say on Thursday when she came back from Brussels. They had wasted her time. She had come with a message: that her party would (reluctantly) back her if the EU would add a standard break clause to the Brexit deal, allowing either party to terminate if they choose. Hardly an outrageous request. Her party, she said, were ready to swallow their objections. Here was a delicate, opportunity for compromise.

But instead, Tusk chose this week to talk about Brexiteers going to hell. We then had Guy Verhofstadt saying that the devil would not let them in. As for Mrs May’s all-important request, Martin Selmayr,...

If Theresa May were given to Donald Tusk-style outbursts, she might have had a thing or two to say on Thursday when she came back from Brussels. They had wasted her time. She had come with a message: that her party would (reluctantly) back her if the EU would add a standard break clause to the Brexit deal, allowing either party to terminate if they choose. Hardly an outrageous request. Her party, she said, were ready to swallow their objections. Here was a delicate, opportunity for compromise.

But instead, Tusk chose this week to talk about Brexiteers going to hell. We then had Guy Verhofstadt saying that the devil would not let them in. As for Mrs May’s all-important request, Martin Selmayr,...

If Theresa May were given to Donald Tusk-style outbursts, she might have had a thing or two to say on Thursday when she came back from Brussels. They had wasted her time. She had come with a message: that her party would (reluctantly) back her if the EU would add a standard break clause to the Brexit deal, allowing either party to terminate if they choose. Hardly an outrageous request. Her party, she said, were ready to swallow their objections. Here was a delicate, opportunity for compromise.

But instead, Tusk chose this week to talk about Brexiteers going to hell. We then had Guy Verhofstadt saying that the devil would not let them in. As for Mrs May’s all-important request, Martin Selmayr,...

If Theresa May were given to Donald Tusk-style outbursts, she might have had a thing or two to say on Thursday when she came back from Brussels. They had wasted her time. She had come with a message: that her party would (reluctantly) back her if the EU would add a standard break clause to the Brexit deal, allowing either party to terminate if they choose. Hardly an outrageous request. Her party, she said, were ready to swallow their objections. Here was a delicate, opportunity for compromise.

But instead, Tusk chose this week to talk about Brexiteers going to hell. We then had Guy Verhofstadt saying that the devil would not let them in. As for Mrs May’s all-important request, Martin Selmayr,...