Europe is more united than ever.
The claims come on the back of reports that Boris Johnson joked about attending “the most unsocially distanced party” in the UK.
The comments have provoked fury on social media, with people pointing out that his "sneering attitude" probably contributed to their decision to strike.
"I just don't think this government takes it seriously. I think they think they can just wait it out and the workers will just go back to work."
“After two years of denial and avoidance, we must now confront the hard truth: Brexit isn’t working", the London mayor is set to say.
Danny Wallace and David Quantick were among those to join the pile on as 30p Lee's condescending tweet hilariously backfires.
An armed police officer emerged from the building to break the pair up after the fiery exchange in Westminster.
At the first Prime Minister’s Questions of the year, the Labour leader focused his line of attack on the NHS strikes.
The numbers are currently six times what they were a decade ago - with Brexit making life for Brits abroad increasingly complicated.