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The European Parliament is "totally ridiculous", EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a heated outburst in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
Mr Juncker was angered by only around 30 MEPs attending a plenary session to discuss the Maltese presidency of the EU.
EU Parliament President Antonio Tajani berated Mr Juncker and asked him to show more respect, adding: "The commission does not control the parliament. It is the parliament that should be controlling the commission."
Mr Juncker responded: "There are only a few members in the parliament to control the commission. You are ridiculous."
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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said the UK cannot negotiate a trade deal with the EU while it remains a member of the bloc.
Speaking in an interview to be aired on German radio on Saturday, Mr Juncker added he doubted the remaining 27 member states would be able to maintain unity following Brexit, and that the UK's departure would cause divisions among the remaining states.
"The other EU 27 don't know it yet, but the Brits know very well how they can tackle this," Juncker told Deutschlandfunk radio.
"They could promise country A this, country B that and country C something else and the end game is that there is not a united European front."