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The increasingly shrill nature of the rhetoric around Brexit is a worrying development that has the potential to do as much damage to Irish-British relations in the longer term as the practical consequences of the process itself.
Brexit as an ideological project has stripped the government of any sense of basic pragmatism.
None of the EU27 have expressed support, but not all have actually shared their opinions on the new proposals.
Irish newspapers are resoundingly unimpressed with Boris Johnson's proposed Brexit deal and many commentators in Europe are similarly dismissive of it.
Die Zeit says the prime minister should resign while El País appeared to praise the judges.
Europe's press has largely reported Boris Johnson's visit to Luxembourg as a humiliation for the British prime minister – with many outlets focusing on him skipping a press conference because of protesters.
Turmoil at home raises trepidation abroad - with European observers increasingly of view that British democracy is dying.
'The situation has been deteriorating. It is very difficult to have the necessary trust that could justify a new date'
The latest twists in the Westminster Brexit drama are gripping Europe's newspapers.
‘In defeat, some people become quiet and humble, but Boris Johnson is not known to be such a person’
Rapt observers around the globe are confused, amused and saddened by a crisis that has torn Britain’s reputation for stability to shreds.
He's never been a great fan of the French so perhaps it's no surprise that the verdict in France on Britain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson is a less than flattering one.
‘A proud country dwarfs itself’ – what the continent is saying about the UK’s new prime minister.
Arrival of ‘clown who wanted to be king’ at No 10 is greeted with scepticism in Europe.
German analysis of Britain’s current political impasse has been making the rounds on Twitter – with no translation needed.
The latest twist was likened to a TV saga, and no one knows what the ending will be.
EU’s seizing of initiative and avoidance of Theresa May’s ‘trap’ hailed by foreign press
The British press helped condone austerity. It's now blinding us to the stupidity of Brexit. If you talk to almost anyone overseas, except those at the right-wing extreme (like Trump) or part of a tiny minority of the left, their reaction to Brexit is similar that of the former prime minister of Finland.
Prime minister’s offer of votes on rejecting no deal and extending article 50 gets frosty reception.
Seven correspondents report on how the UK’s political upheaval has affected its image on the continent.
It’s time to tell us what you want, ministers say, as European press tears into PM.
Footage from recent Munich security conference shows Swedish MEP being applauded as she confronts Johnson.