LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May complimented France's approaching president Emmanuel Macron yet eurosceptics responded furiously on Monday to his decision triumph, saying it was terrible news for the Brexit talks.
"France's new expectation puts cover over Brexit," read a front-page feature in the Daily Telegraph.
The paper said Macron could be relied upon to "proceed with France's as of now intense position on Brexit".
In the Daily Mail, which additionally upheld Britain's stun vote to leave the EU a year ago, feature writer Robert Hardman composed that Macron "remains nearby the individuals who support the enormous stick as opposed to the huge carrot".
Macron, a genius European anti-extremist, has been condemning of the Brexit vote amid the crusade, characterizing it a "wrongdoing" in a meeting for Monocle magazine in March.
As he touched base for his triumph discourse outside the Louver gallery in Paris on Sunday, the European Union's song of devotion "Tribute to Joy" played out - a reality that was highlighted in British media reports.
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