Tears and cheers in European parliament post Brexit approval

The European Parliament has given the final approval to Brexit on January 29. Britain will depart from the European Union on January 31. Members of the European parliament were overwhelmed by an array of emotions after the deal. 

Here is a look at the various emotions experienced by them: 

Applause and laughter

Britain's Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage (C) and party member Ann Widdecombe (C) celebrate the final approval of Brexit.



Some members of the European Parliament upheld their scarves to express their discontentment.

It had the British flag on one end and the European Union's flag on the other.

A message of ''Unity and diversity'' was printed on its back.



British Member of European Parliament of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats group Rory Palmer couldn't contain his emotions and broke down after the final approval of the Brexit.


A ray of hope

All the members of the European Parliament held hands and sang ''Auld Lang Syne'' a Scottish poem by Robert Burns in unison to their British friends after the ratifying Brexit agreement.