A BBC sign language interpreter has apparently managed to strike a chord with Britons with her performance during the coverage of the recently-unveiled Brexit agreement.
The footage, which quickly went viral on Thursday, features the interpreter conveying what a drama student at LAMDA named Ell Potter described as “the perplexing f*ckery of this situation”.
"I think the way she expresses this clusterf*ck is amazing, and it's the most accurate analysis of Brexit I have seen today," Potter remarked.
Her sentiment was shared by many other Twitter users who noted that the interpreter’s expression essentially shows how the British public feels about Brexit.
I don't read sign language but that's still the clearest explanation of what the hell's going on with Brexit that I've seen since June 23rd 2016— ZoeYaYa (@ZoeYaYa) 15 ноября 2018 г.
It seems the mess that is brexit is much easier for the BBC to convey in sign language than the spoken word…. https://t.co/kNhEe0Dxxy— Frazer Goodwin (@FrazerGoodwin) 15 ноября 2018 г.
Earlier, Theresa May confirmed that Britain would leave the European Union, in line with the schedule.
After more than a year of nerve-wrecking talks on Brexit conditions, London and Brussels have finally produced a draft agreement on the conditions of the British divorce from the bloc.
In June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in a referendum and is expected to do so by late March 2019, while there are still certain stumbling blocks that impede talks, namely, the Irish border and the post-Brexit UK-EU economic relations, which make a no-deal Brexit scenario a possibility.