& # 39; Landslide victory for Brexit Boris! & # 39 ;: The world reacts to the conservative’s election victory
The colossal victory of Boris Johnson in the general election was splashed around the world today while the historic victory of the prime minister paved the way for the Brexit.
The German tabloid Bild went with & # 39; Landslide victory for Brexit Boris! & # 39 ;, while La Repubblica in Italy summarized his reports with & # 39; Europe bye-bye & # 39; and referred to the greatest victory of Tories since Margaret Thatcher in 1987.
Others spoke about & # 39; Hurricane Boris & # 39; and the & # 39; earthquake & # 39; of the Brexit.
Like the British press, European newspapers were largely dependent on the exit polls, but it became clear early on Thursday evening that Mr. Johnson had to achieve a thumping victory.
The Conservatives have so far taken 364 seats, a profit of 47, while Labor is at 203, a loss of 59. There is only one seat left to reveal the result.
The German daily Bild went with: & # 39; Landslide victory for Brexit Boris! & # 39; and & # 39; Jeremy Corbyn announces his withdrawal. & # 39; In his main story about Brexit, the newspaper talked about the greatest triumph of the Tories since Margaret Thatcher in 1987 and the mighty mandate that the prime minister now had to & # 39; get Brexit done & # 39 ;. They also explained Mr Johnson's play on breakfast, the German word for Brexit, & # 39; frühstück & # 39 ;, does not have the same chimes with the word & # 39; Brexit & # 39; as in English.
The second largest newspaper in Italy, La Repubblica, was in the header & # 39; Europa bye-bye & # 39 ;, and below that a story (top left) with the title & # 39; The last game of Brussels & # 39; . And at the top of the page & # 39; London has chosen & # 39; was the slogan. The newspaper's website mentioned high in the report the congratulations of President Donald Trump for the British Prime Minister. It also spoke about the worst defeat for Labor since 1935
Newspaper B.T. in Copenhagen wrote: & # 39; Worst result in 84 years & # 39 ;, a reference to Labor & # 39; s gloomy display in the general election. The paper said: & Boris Johnson and the conservative party won a major victory in the UK election – even before all votes were counted. This means that Boris Johnson is commissioned to implement its Brexit plans at the end of January. & # 39;
The French weekly financial newspaper La Tribune headlined their British election story: & # 39; The British hang on a historic vote. & # 39; The French newspaper, which had already gone to the press before the result was clear, speculated last night: & Brexit with Boris Johnson or a second referendum with Jeremy Corbyn? The British vote Thursday, is fatal for the country's future in the coming decades … the British will choose between Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit or a new referendum on the EU's withdrawal promised by Labor & Jeremy Corbyn & # 39;
The Portuguese daily Diario de Noticias, published in Lisbon, wrote: & # 39; UK elections give Boris the victory to deal with Brexit. & # 39; It wrote about Britain's historic decision to vote before the Christmas holidays, the first time since 1923, and what the elections would look like to the & # 39; paralisia & # 39; (paralysis) that the Lower House had seized since the Brexit vote in 2016
The Spanish daily from Madrid wrote: & # 39; Polls point to a strong majority for Johnson. & # 39; The Spanish newspaper welcomed the booming victory of Boris Johnson, who far exceeded the expectations of the Tory party, despite strong polls in the weeks prior to the vote. It refers to breaking off & # 39; muralla roja & # 39; (the red wall) of the Labor party by the conservatives
Rome & # 39; s daily newspaper Il Messagero wrote: & # 39; Johnson avalanche, Brexit close & # 39;
The Munich daily chose the well-used photo of Boris and his dog outside the polling station on Thursday
The Milan daily Il Giornale wrote: & # 39; Hurricane Boris, Brexit triumphs & # 39;
Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet went with: & # 39; Big win for the Tories: "Now Brexit is clear"
Swedish daily newspaper Aftonbladet wrote: & # 39; The triumph of Boris Johnson caused an earthquake & # 39;
In his most important piece, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote: & # 39; Johnson triumphs – but at what price? & # 39;
The German national newspaper Die Welt wrote a stabbing reprimand from the prime minister and said: & they all know Johnson, his loose handling of truth, as well as his boundless ambition and opportunism & # 39;
The Irish Times spoke about Boris Johnson's triumph that allowed him to leave the EU on his own terms and about the main battlefield in Northern Belfast, where John Finucane of Sinn Féin defeated the DUP delegate leader Nigel Dodds. Dodds has been in the chair since 2001
Spanish daily El Pais wrote on its website: & # 39; Boris Johnson achieves an overwhelming victory and already has a free job for Brexit & # 39;
The Spanish daily El Mundo wrote on its website: & # 39; United Kingdom. Boris Johnson achieves the absolute majority to complete the Brexit. & # 39; And in separate pieces below they questioned the prime minister, a charismatic but & # 39; unreliable & # 39; figure
In his editorial, Le Monde said: & # 39; Johnson succeeds masterfully, Corbyn endures a debacle, the lessons of a historical voice in the UK & # 39;
La Repubblica went on its website with: & # 39; Triumph for the conservatives of Boris Johnson: "On January 31 we will be out of the EU without fail." Labor collapses Brexit results, possible vote for municipalities by Christmas & # 39;
The largest Dutch newspaper, De Telegraaf, wrote: & # 39; Big win for Boris Johnson & # 39;
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