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37 minutes ago, billd766 said:

Not according to the BBC or some French newspapers.

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-49440952

 

But Sky News political correspondent Tom Rayner offered a different perspective on the incident, saying it was part of a good-humoured exchange.

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French media have made light of the incident, too.

"No, Boris Johnson did not insult France by putting his foot on the table in front of Emmanuel Macron," was the headline on a story by Le Parisien newspaper, which then outlines the light-hearted exchange between the two.

"Internet is quick to react - and sometimes overreact," it added.

The websites of the weekly L'Obs and FranceInfo radio similarly saw the funny side of the episode.

This has already been established - but of course some people are determined to use any excuse to vilify those they dislike ☹️.

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This no-deal Brexit is going to be entertaining ...   its going to be a lot of fun to watch...

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5 minutes ago, rhyddid said:

Now it Macron that made BS BJ place the foot there ? 
Brexit minds do not know what else excuse to find to support such man.

The true is that from the 31st October we will be in hands of such man who does not even how to seat properly, image how he will manage UK   !
 

Yet another non-brit that is determined to use any silly excuse to support their view....

 

Please read back, and understand how this 'photo became top news for remainers - despite the true story as to how it happened...

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32 minutes ago, Ketyo said:

This no-deal Brexit is going to be entertaining ...   its going to be a lot of fun to watch...

I'd bet money that it won't happen - and I also wouldn't find the aftermath entertaining....

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16 hours ago, Topdoc said:

As much as I admire Europe, the EU remains an undemocratic, corrupt and sclerotic cancer that in any self-aware person would be cut out and incinerated. The UK does not need a deal with the EU. It certainly does not need the toxic WA.

Hahaha if this is your description of Europe which you have been a constructive part in over centuries then all the attributes are meant for UK as well, a country in agony waiting for Armageddon. 😈😈😈

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7 minutes ago, sawadee1947 said:

Hahaha if this is your description of Europe which you have been a constructive part in over centuries then all the attributes are meant for UK as well, a country in agony waiting for Armageddon. 😈😈😈

We're staying in Europe Seamus 😊 It's only the EU we're giving the heave-ho!

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6 hours ago, david555 said:

So …. it was Macron who trick him in to it....? Making Boris ridiculous…. well what a bad French President ….lol...

What an irrational person you are.  It was two men joking together............what's wrong with that?  You sound like the press who so often blow innocent incidents completely out of proportion.  How sad.

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41 minutes ago, <deleted> dasterdly said:

Good grief!  Yet another non-brit EU poster, and not from Ireland as the poster pretends!

 

To be fair, I fully support other EU members posting their views - but think that they should state that they are from other EU countries.

Everyone is allowed an equal voice over Brexit, just like everything else.  Especially if they are EU members who have as much invested in this as any Brit.  But I do agree that their input would carry more weight if they were more open as to their origin.  Not essential of course, but makes it easier to respond.

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There is obligation of Euro60 billion for UK to pay and get the f..... out of the EU. The circus is all about cheating on this obligatory payment and Irish border. Blondie is not that smart to get an amicable both side win win deal.

 

Brit are likely to be surviving on fish and chips 😂

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