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Brussels MOCKS Britain saying English language should be BANNED post-Brexit

BRUSSELS demanded the English language is banned in the EU after Brexit – before backtracking and claiming the statement was nothing more than a joke.

PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sat, Nov 9, 2019 | UPDATED: 00:19, Sat, Nov 9, 2019

 
 

 

 

The remark came from European Commissioner for Economic Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, who was presenting the EU’s autumn forecast, his last under the current Parliament before Ursula Von Der Leyen swoops in on her coveted role. The Frenchman said: “After Brexit, English language will be banned everywhere in the European Union.” He then added: “No, I was joking.”

He then spoke in French for more than half of the introduction of his speech, before stopping.

He said: “Now I’m going to speak English, sorry. I thought I could do the last session in French. But that’s not how things are in the Commission.”

He added: “We will see what happens with Brexit.”

 

To the roar of laughter, he said “as I’ve always said, after Brexit, English will be banned everywhere”.

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The EU demanded the English language is banned (Image: GETTY)

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The remark came from European Commissioner for Economic Affairs, Pierre Moscovici (Image: GETTY)

He then said: “Don’t be alarmed, it was just a joke.”

Moving on to the EU’s growth and economy, Mr Moscovici provided a detailed explanation of the forecast.

He said: “The fundamentals of the EU economy are robust: after six years of growth, unemployment in the EU is at its lowest since the turn of the century and the aggregate deficit below one percent of GDP.

“But the challenging road ahead leaves no room for complacency.

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