Tusk: ‘Still a lot of space in hell’ for Brexiteers without plan

European Council President Donald Tusk reignites his attack on some Brexiteers, claiming there is ‘a lot of space’ in hell for those who pushed for Britain leaving the EU without a plan. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, adds: ‘Don’t go to hell!’. SOUNDBITE of Tusk and Juncker

EU’s Tusk: short Brexit delay possible if MPs back deal

European Council president Donald Tusk says that EU leaders could approve a short delay to Brexit if British lawmakers finally approve the withdrawal deal they have twice rejected. SOUNDBITE

Tusk meets with Rutte at The Hague

European Council President Donald Tusk holds talks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte in The Hague with Brexit on agenda. IMAGES of Rutte greeting Tusk

Tusk: Special place in hell for no plan Brexiteers

European Council President Donald Tusk blasted British politicians in Brussels Wednesday, saying there’s a ‘special place in hell’ for those who lobbied for the UK to leave the European Union without considering a plan for how to do it. (Feb. 6)

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Mourners gather in Gdansk to honour slain MP Adamowicz

Mourners including European Council President Donald Tusk, gather in the Polish city of Gdansk to pay tribute to the city’s centrist mayor Pawel Adamowicz who died, a day after being stabbed in the heart at a charity event. IMAGES

European Council president Donald Tusk on Russian ‘aggression’

European Council president Donald Tusk talks about Russian “aggression” in Ukraine at a press conference at the G20. SOUNDBITE

Theresa May joins EU roundtable to discuss Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May joins the 27 Members of the European Council to discuss the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union in Brussels. IMAGES of the roundtable

EU ministers meet to discuss preparations for Brexit summit

The EU General Affairs Council on Article 50 – essentially ministers of European affairs from the 27 non-British member states – meet to prepare a planned extraordinary European Council to sign off on the UK’s Brexit withdrawal agreement. IMAGES