The National:

HERE in the UK, Brexit is far from over. The consequences of Boris Johnson’s disastrous deal will impact generations and spell the end of the Union, according to constitutional experts.

Despite victory cries from the likes of Nigel Farage, this is not done.

In Europe, however, people are moving on. “So long, and thanks for all the fish,” reads the cheeky front-page of centre-right German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

And in Der Spiegel, one columnist is bidding his farewell to the “liars and amateurs” running the UK Government.

Author and journalist Nikolaus Blome tears into Brexit, of which he says there will be no benefit to either the UK or EU.

“Brexit would never have happened if cranky conservative politicians had not deceived and lied to their people in a hitherto unknown manner,” he writes. “The big British media have made themselves accomplices with their »reporting« and constantly trampled on fairness and facts, what a f *** ing disgrace.”

The writer says he feels no sadness about the UK’s exit – “only anger”.

“Britain has been captured by gambling liars, frivolous clowns and their claqueurs.”

He goes on to criticise the “countless lies” of Nigel Farage, the failed Remain campaign of former PM David Cameron and the “ridiculous” schemes of Boris Johnson.

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“’Take back control,’ Johnson lied to the citizens, the British Government only achieved: take back control of our little shovel and our little sand castle,” Blome writes in one particularly scathing line.

As Robert Burns wrote: “O wad some Pow’r the giftie gie us; To see oursels as others see us!"

This is how people see the UK. Scotland: Do you really want to be associated with this?

In recent months media around the world has focused on Scotland and how it has been totally shafted by Brexit, interviewing Nicola Sturgeon about her hopes for the future.

Scotland needs to become independent so we can join the world stage and make our own path. Not have our reputation damaged by the “frivolous clowns” Blome speaks of.