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The Prime Minister went to Luxembourg as a favour to Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, and walked straight into an ambush.

Boris Johnson was meant to be holding a joint outdoor press conference with Xavier Bettel, the prime minister of Luxembourg, after meeting Mr Juncker. However, he cancelled, fearing his words would be drowned out by a band of 75 vocal anti-Brexit protesters ranged just 10 yards away.

Mr Bettel took full advantage.

Gesticulating to the empty podium beside him, he said Brexit was a “nightmare”, before criticising the referendum campaign. He refused to say whether he trusted Mr Johnson.

The EU was behind the Irish, he added, before mocking Mr Johnson’s...

The Prime Minister went to Luxembourg as a favour to Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, and walked straight into an ambush.

Boris Johnson was meant to be holding a joint outdoor press conference with Xavier Bettel, the prime minister of Luxembourg, after meeting Mr Juncker. However, he cancelled, fearing his words would be drowned out by a band of 75 vocal anti-Brexit protesters ranged just 10 yards away.

Mr Bettel took full advantage.

Gesticulating to the empty podium beside him, he said Brexit was a “nightmare”, before criticising the referendum campaign. He refused to say whether he trusted Mr Johnson.

The EU was behind the Irish, he added, before mocking Mr Johnson’s...

The Prime Minister went to Luxembourg as a favour to Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, and walked straight into an ambush.

Boris Johnson was meant to be holding a joint outdoor press conference with Xavier Bettel, the prime minister of Luxembourg, after meeting Mr Juncker. However, he cancelled, fearing his words would be drowned out by a band of 75 vocal anti-Brexit protesters ranged just 10 yards away.

Mr Bettel took full advantage.

Gesticulating to the empty podium beside him, he said Brexit was a “nightmare”, before criticising the referendum campaign. He refused to say whether he trusted Mr Johnson.

The EU was behind the Irish, he added, before mocking Mr Johnson’s...

The Prime Minister went to Luxembourg as a favour to Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, and walked straight into an ambush.

Boris Johnson was meant to be holding a joint outdoor press conference with Xavier Bettel, the prime minister of Luxembourg, after meeting Mr Juncker. However, he cancelled, fearing his words would be drowned out by a band of 75 vocal anti-Brexit protesters ranged just 10 yards away.

Mr Bettel took full advantage.

Gesticulating to the empty podium beside him, he said Brexit was a “nightmare”, before criticising the referendum campaign. He refused to say whether he trusted Mr Johnson.

The EU was behind the Irish, he added, before mocking Mr Johnson’s...