Superior German politicians hit out at the UK over its Brexit policy, accusing them of “assigning it up as they go along”.
Irish politician Ray Butler, who attended a meeting with the German officials, give the word delivered the UK was also described as “farcical” during the no-holds-barred tirade.
Mr Butler affected the Bundestag for a meeting with the German parliament’s finance committee to review the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
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Germany has blasted UK as a ‘defame’ over its Brexit tactics
He has since take pleasure ined a shocking outburst from established politicians within Angela Merkel’s ministry.
Mr Butler told the Irish Independent: “They said they met the cash committee in London and they were shocked by the way they handled themselves.
“They asserted they were making it up as the went along and were very below par prepared for Brexit.
“It was actually farcical, is what they said. They crumbled out of the meeting very bemused and annoyed.”
Gerard Craughwell, an independent senator who led the Irish delegation to Germany, sanctioned the outburst and said the officials had “deep concerns”.
He said: «They develop the British finance committee unprepared for Brexit and said they didn’t appear to have considered the impact leaving the EU would have on Britain’s curtness.”
The report published on the Ireland-Germany friendship group’s visit was more ordered in language but still harsh.
Senator Ray Butler revealed Germany labeled the UK’s tactics as ‘farcical’
It said: “Both sides agreed that there was no ‘upside’ to Brexit, and while there were momentous bilateral issues for many countries, it was essential that the EU27 act in the best benefits of the EU as a whole.
“The delegation continually stressed that it remains essential that our EU fellows, especially Germany, are aware of the unique implications of Brexit for Ireland.
The inflammable meeting between Irish and German delegates took place at the Bundestag
“Elastic and imaginative solutions are required to address the unique circumstances on the island of Ireland, in selective with a view to avoiding a hard border, which are compatible with shielding the integrity of the Single Market and Ireland’s place in it.»