Theresa May must present the House of Commons with a Plan B for Brexit on Monday. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he won't open talks with her about a new deal unless she rules out a no-deal scenario, but May has refused to do so. In the eyes of Europe's media neither of the two leaders is doing a good job.

Die Tageszeitung taz (DE)
T24 (TR)
Club Z (BG)
Magyar Hírlap (HU)


Tages-Anzeiger (CH)
Der Tagesspiegel (DE)
The Daily Telegraph (GB)
Le Figaro (FR)
NRC Handelsblad (NL)
Avvenire (IT)
La Repubblica (IT)
Večer (SI)
The Times (GB)
Rzeczpospolita (PL)
Corriere della Sera (IT)
Jutarnji list (HR)
Kauppalehti (FI)
Der Standard (AT)
El País (ES)
Mérce (HU)
Gazeta Wyborcza (PL)
Il Sole 24 Ore (IT)
Les Echos (FR)
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