Brexit discuss LIVE: European Union MEPs blast Farage as they discuss and opinion on UK exit


8.36am BST update: Co-chair of a Group of a Greens/European Free Alliance Philippe Lamberts pronounced a PM chose a many impassioned chronicle of Brexit. 

He said: “By your possess choice we dug yourself a hole of contradictions, how can we have a tough Brexit and not have a tough limit in Northern Ireland…how can we determine a tough Brexit with your possess enterprise for a some-more joined UK.”

Mr Lamberts added: “Mrs May like it or not, we are in this together. Taking behind control requires all European s to act together. there is no such thing as comprehensive government in a 21st century. 

“Mrs May we wish to build a Britain your children and grandchildren are unapproachable to call home. Let me remind we shawl many of your adults are unapproachable to call Europe their home. et us not let them down.”

8.32am BST update: Gabriele Zimmer, chair of a Confederal Group of a European United Left – Nordic Green Left, takes aim during Ukip MEP Nigel Farage. 

Miss Zimmer says “the time for a spoutings of insane demagogues is over”. 

On Northern Ireland, she says she does not wish a lapse to a tough border. “The approach in that we control these ngotiations will have a wilful impact on a destiny of a EU. 

“We contingency also ask ourselves how it has been probable for demagogues such as Mr Farage to spin open meditative in a UK. The source for Brexit was not only domestic problems or catfighting in a Tory celebration though problems in a European Parliament too.”

8.23am BST update: Brexit arch adjudicator Guy Verhofstadt admits Britain and a EU never enjoyed a adore affair. He said: “If we can contend so, it was a matrimony of convenience.” 

Europhile Mr Verhofstadt pronounced a activation of Article 50 was a “sad moment” and branded Brexit “a cat quarrel in a Tory celebration that got out of hand”. 

In a harangue Mr Verhofstadt pronounced he believes one day Britain will lapse to a EU. 

He afterwards affianced to value “our common history” as he pronounced he hopes for a constructive attribute with Britain. 

Mr Verhofsatdt says: “Brexit did not occur by accident. We see a change for good in a mood of a public. Let us not dope ourselves. Europe is not nonetheless rescued. It is still in need of change, an effective union.”