IN THE INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Monday, June 27: Britain and the EU are grappling with a post-Brexit crisis, the world papers report. Also, it appears that members of the Leave campaign are backtracking on key promises as the reality of leaving the EU sinks in. Meanwhile, a worrying trend of racist acts is being reported on social media. Finally, Les Bleus make to the Euro 2016 quarter finals, but it was not a convincing victory.
“We never made any commitments. We just made a series of promises that were possibilities” - #Leave campaigner Iain Duncan Smith #Bregret— Giles Goodall (@GoodallGiles) June 27, 2016
The latest #bregret story involves a fun loving Londoner called Boris who did it for a laugh— Paul Smith Bristol (@bristolpaul) June 27, 2016
France overtakes UK as fifth largest economy as pound plummets: missed this during mayhem of last week #Bregrethttps://t.co/V2tNA4qWQ9— (((Molly MEP))) (@MollyMEP) June 27, 2016
#bregret In future, pls make it mandatory pre voting to correctly answer a quiz to see if we really know what we are voting for and against— Tim John (@TIMJOHN1) June 26, 2016
"I personally voted leave believing these lies, and I regret it more than anything". https://t.co/018nmxJpPu #Bregret— Marie Aronsson (@Emmaryaro) June 25, 2016