Even Jean-Claude Juncker’s had enough of Brexit.
The European Commission president said Thursday he is suffering from “Brexit fatigue.”
Juncker, who held talks with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday evening, told members of the European Economic and Social Committee he is “not very optimistic” that a no-deal Brexit could be avoided.
“If no deal were to happen, and I cannot exclude this, this would have terrible economic and social consequences in Britain and on the Continent, so my efforts are oriented in a way that the worst can be avoided. But I am not very optimistic when it comes to this issue,” he said.
“In the British parliament every time they are voting, there is a majority against something, there is no majority in favor of something,”
He added: “I have something like a Brexit fatigue … This is a disaster.”