Juncker makes SHOCK Brexit admission – ‘I’ve only met Mrs May in Britain TWICE’

Posted on May 4 2019 - 11:08am by admin

As Mrs May now faces the wrath of furious Brexit voters over her Article 50 extensions, inability to push her controversial deal through Parliament and all-round lack of delivery of Brexit since the June 2016 vote, the politician from Luxembourg brazenly admitted to visiting her on just two occasions. When asked by a Polish journalist how many times he has travelled to Mrs May at Downing Street, he said: “Why fly somewhere, if you can discuss it here?” He added: “She used to sit at the place where you are now, at seven in the morning, at eleven o’clock at night.”

Despite proof of nationwide contempt for Mrs May’s handling of Brexit, she has visited Mr Juncker on endless occasions, often leaving the UK in the eleventh hour to fly to Belgium for negotiations.

This morning, Brexiteers punished Theresa May’s Tories and the Labour Party for failing to deliver on the promise to leave the UK, with both sides haemorrhaging seats over the past 24 hours.

Outspoken Mr Juncker recently moaned that he never gets a pat on the back for his top Eurocrat role.

He said he expected a thank you from EU member state Poland, but was miffed at never having got one.

He said: ““Poland received 175billion euros of structural assistance since 2004.

“Maybe they do not know, because they do not say that thanks to Juncker’s plan but they managed to invest 18.3billion euros in the development of small enterprises.”

He urged Poland to dismiss calls for a Polexit – a Polish exist from the European Union and said: “Poles do not want to be cut off from all this.”

The 64-year-old ex-Luxembourg Prime Minister attacked Britain for failing to embrace European values and only seeing EU membership in terms of financial or business opportunity.

He added: “But in the West, we should not think that Poland is in the Union for money! Poland is with us because we share common values. Our help is not a gift, but a recognition of the magnitude of the reforms carried out.”

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