These tweets sum up how Brits are feeling as Brexit talks begin
A lot of people are imagining David Davis’s arrival in gif form.
The wait is finally over: David Davis has arrived in Brussels for the first day of Brexit talks.
On arrival, the Brexit Secretary said: “We are starting this negotiation in a positive and constructive tone, determined to build a strong and special partnership between ourselves and our European allies and friends for the future.”
But over on Twitter, people were imagining what that arrival really looked like.
David Davis arrives for Brexit negotiations pic.twitter.com/0S8aVKJZss— John Rain (@MrKenShabby) June 18, 2017
UK's negotiating team arrives for initial Brexit talks pic.twitter.com/l5DKJurhaU— Mo'mentum (@momentumtrumpt1) June 17, 2017
And how the talks in general are going to go.
The nagging sense that David Davis's morning is going a bit like this pic.twitter.com/OsrY74VQ6l— Kevin (@rascalblog) June 19, 2017
..and now, the EU representative's response to David Davis opening statement pic.twitter.com/wRPN1Z7rOP— HappyToast ★ (@IamHappyToast) June 19, 2017
People aren’t envious of him.
If you're dreading work tomorrow, bear in mind David Davis will be spending the morning being told to piss off in six different languages.— Nick Pettigrew (@Nick_Pettigrew) June 18, 2017
And the jokes really sum up how the British people are feeling as these important negotiations begin.
Glad we've got a "strong and stable" government going into Brexit talks.— HisLady366 (@Lady_Blew_) June 19, 2017
Today an unformed govt in total disarray, facing chaos and massive events on all fronts, commences talks on Brexit. Sitting comfortably?— GeorgeMonbiot (@GeorgeMonbiot) June 19, 2017
Aka, not feeling great.