The Telegraph’s unfortunate front page self-own – the only 14 responses you need

Theresa May went on a bit of a jaunt to Europe to garner support for her Brexit plan, only it all went a bit wrong. A couple of EU leaders expressed a hope that Brexit won’t happen, while the others savaged her plan. The European heads didn’t mince words, and those of French President Emmanuel Macron were plastered over the front page of the Telegraph this morning.

It was a surprise move from The Telegraph, employers of Boris Johnson – the man who created many of the myths about EU bureaucracy cited during the referendum campaign. People had a few things to say about their massive self-own.

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