Theresa Could has stated she will not be unhappy about leaving the EU, after a string of the bloc’s leaders gave emotional goodbyes to Britain.



The prime minister met with EU leaders on Sunday in Brussels for the ultimate sign-off her Brexit deal, which was described by one senior EU official as “dignified, solemn, measured, composed”.



Requested whether or not she shared the views of individuals like European Fee president Jean-Claude Juncker who had branded at this time a “unhappy day”, the prime minister stated:



“No: however I recognise that others do; I recognise that some European leaders are unhappy at this second.”



She added that she understood that some within the UK would even be unhappy.



Mr Juncker’s counterpart Donald Tusk, the European Council president stated: “We’ll stay buddies till the tip of days, and a day longer.”



French president Emmanuel Macron took a opposite view of the scenario, telling reporters on the doorstep of the summit:



“It is not a day after we ought to have a good time, nor a day of mourning. It’s the selection of a sovereign individuals.”



Talking at a press convention after the sign-off, the prime minister stated she had rejected the “council of despair” of those that stated no deal could possibly be good for each the UK and EU.



She claimed the deal would do away with huge annual funds, and provides Britain management of its border and legal guidelines – regardless of criticisms that it could tie the UK into EU guidelines and require a large divorce invoice.



She insisted the general public would additionally swing behind the plan, which polls counsel is unpopular throughout the political spectrum.



“After they have a look at this deal they’ll see that it’s a good one for our nation and that it’s within the nationwide curiosity for everybody to get behind it,” she stated, including that her focus now was on getting MPs to again it.



However she dominated out giving the general public a last say on the deal, suggesting one other referendum can be undemocratic.




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