If nothing happens to stop it, the UK should be experiencing Brexit in nine days, ending almost three years of to-ing and fro-ing that seems to have gained nothing but a worse reputation worldwide and a possible trade deal with Liechtenstein. In that time, the attitude of some of the media towards the Government – in particular, the Prime Minister – has lurched into a bad place, much like the Brexit negotiations.
Writer, James Felton, noticed a difference in the Times.
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) March 20, 2019
It’s unlikely that the EU has wasted any time on quaking in its boots. People commented on the starkly different rhetoric.
I think we've all been too busy and stressed to process quite how cripplingly humiliating and embarrassing this all is. https://t.co/GAiyA2yirR
— James Murray (@James_BG) March 20, 2019
Life comes at you fast. https://t.co/ERSTXXYSlC
— ᴘᴜᴅ333 (@pud333) March 20, 2019
This has aged well. https://t.co/SC0Zq9cfgi
— Ken for a PEOPLE'S VOTE (@CrashJustice) March 20, 2019
Buzzfeed’s Europe editor, Alberto Nardelli, saw a similar development in the Daily Mail, which was showing its change of management in flashing neon.
expectation vs reality pic.twitter.com/YiF9d3TDYF
— Alberto Nardelli (@AlbertoNardelli) March 19, 2019
The Mail’s new take was very much in line with a broad section of the Twitter public.
— Rich Warne (@rich_warne) March 20, 2019
That thing of “we’ll make the other lot pay” is a common trope of “things that then don’t happen, and neither does the main promise either”, isn’t it? https://t.co/0870aDfhKr
— Charles Arthur (@charlesarthur) March 20, 2019
Very rich from the Mail who have only ever pushed a zealot line, very rich indeed. The Germans have a word for it.
— Oliver Eperjesy (@beaki) March 19, 2019
Guy Cheese-Pie summed up the mixed feelings the papers have raised.
I’d laugh if it wasn’t desperately sad and tragic situation
— Guy Cheese-Pie (@Cheesepieguy) March 20, 2019