The fly-on-the-wall BBC documentary shows him scream 'oh f*** off' at a TV screen showing Mrs May telling the Tory conference she wants a deal as Edel Rettman Crosse, Verhofstadt’s top aide, backs him up.
A new Brexit divide is driving the UK to a second vote
There is a new division in British politics. The key split may no longer be between Remainers and Leavers. It is now between the purists and the pragmatists ; between those who believe Brexit is going to change everything and those who are still trying to get back to business as usual; between those who still believe there is some kind of Brexit fix and those who do not want to find one. On one side we have the leaderships of the two main parties, both of which are battling their own members and MPs to cobble together a Brexit compromise in the flawed belief that this will allow them to move on to other issues.
After Leave-supporting Andrew Rosindell MP argues with Verhofstadt over the Irish border, Crosse tells Verhofstadt: 'I’m most proud of you when you take on a Tory, he was a f***er' and adds he should 'shoot the f***er'.
It also features Verhodstadt commenting on Mrs May's infamous twerk to Dancing Queen as an Italian MEP suggests Barnier's theme should be The Winner Takes It All.
Theresa May told by Conservative MPs to set out her resignation plans by the end of today
Theresa May could be ousted within weeks if she refuses to spell out her resignation plans today. The prime minister has reportedly been told she has until 16:00 (BST) on Wednesday to announce her plans. Failure to do so could lead Conservative MPs to change their leadership election rules to allow an early contest. Former leadership contender Andrea Leadsom says she is "seriously considering" standing to be prime minister. LONDON - Theresa May has been told by Conservative MPs that she has until 16:00 (BST) this afternoon to spell out her resignation plans, or risk being forced out of office within weeks.
Roberto Gualtieri, member of the Brexit Steering Group, suggests that Barnier should use the song, to which Verhofstadt says 'that would be sexier'.
The series also reveals disparaging comments by German Christian Democract MEP Elmar Brok, who says the EU must not help the UK while it is 'in a mess'.
Gallery: Leave vs Remain - Brexit reveals a divided UK (Photos)
With the UK's withdrawal from the European Union (EU) experiencing various political complications, having now been delayed up to October 31, 2019, the country has seen increasing public discontent from both Leave and Remain supporters alike. Amidst a general air of uncertainty and ongoing frustration at the government's inability to mobilize a smooth withdrawal from the European bloc, demonstrators on both sides of the political spectrum have taken to the streets to give voice to their discontent. We look at some of the recent protests in pictures.
(Pictured) A pro-Brexit campaigner wears the Union flag colours and holds placards as he demonstrates near the Houses of Parliament in central London, England on April 3, 2019.
Theresa May is being mocked for this video of her playing football
Theresa May has decided to commemorate a "historic week" for English football by tweeting a video of herself kicking a ball around with some children in her local constituency. She wanted to commemorate the fact that Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur successfully reached the Champions League final and Arsenal and Chelsea will play each other in the Europa League final. It’s been a historic week for English football, with Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea inspiring children, adults, Prime Ministers... pic.twitter.
People hold up placards and European Union flags as they pass Trafalgar Square on a march and rally organised by the pro-European People's Vote campaign for a second EU referendum in central London on March 23.
'March to Leave' protesters set off from Linby village in Nottinghamshire towards London, England. The 14-day march began in Sunderland on March 16 and will end in the capital on March 29, where a mass rally will take place on Parliament Square.
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Pro-Brexit and anti-Brexit protesters hold flags as they demonstrate outside the Houses of Parliament in London on March 14 as members debate a motion on whether to seek a delay to Britain's exit from the EU.
A remain in the European Union supporter and member of the "Our Future, Our Choice" (OFOC) young people against Brexit organisation campaigning for a People's Vote second referendum on Britain's EU membership poses for photographs after taking part in a protest against a blindfold Brexit on Parliament Square opposite the Houses of Parliament in London, England on Feb. 14.
A pro-Brexit activist (L) holding a placard and wearing a union flag-themed shirt talks with an anti-Brexit demonstrator holding an EU flagas they protest near the Houses of Parliament in London on Jan. 29.
The Border Communities Against Brexit group hold an anti-Brexit protest on Jan. 26 in Louth, Ireland.
It was created by filmmaker Lode Desmet, who is Belgian and had exclusive access to Verhofstadt and his team for two years.
In his series, Michel Barnier speculates as to who the EU should negotiate with in the talks.
He asks whether it should be Brexit Secretary David Davis or Downing Street adviser and suggests it should be someone 'stable, available and reliable'. Verhofstadt jokes that the bloc cannot ask to much of Britain.
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Frans Timmermans, currently the commission vice-president, delivered the jibe as he pitched to take over from Jean-Claude Juncker in a live TV debate last night (pictured).