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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."
The outspoken European Commission president adopted some barbed diplomatic language in his latest Brexit address.Read the full story ›
The EC president's pricey warning - amid reports of a £56bn Brexit bill - tempered unexpected positivity from the Bank of England governor.Read the full story ›