Theresa May depicted as giant dodo in scathing Brexit vote front pages

Front pages from British tabloid The Sun and broadsheet The Times on Wednesday.

London (CNN)After a crushing defeat of her Brexit deal on Tuesday, Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, woke up this morning to scathing front pages both in the UK and across the Channel.

British tabloid The Sun -- known for its no-holds-barred headlines -- even went as far as to depict the Prime Minister as a giant dodo, with the headline "Brextinct."
Meanwhile the mood in Europe appeared more somber, with images of an ashen May and the specter of a political crisis. France's Les Echos perhaps summed it up best, with the headline "Brexit: a leap into the unknown."
    Here are a few of the most eye-catching front pages.

    The Sun

    The Daily Mirror

    The Daily Mail

    The Times

    The Guardian

    And the view in Europe:

    Italy's La Repubblica

    "Brexit, May on the edge of the abyss"

    France's Les Échos

    "Brexit: A leap into the unknown"

    Belgium's De Standaard

    "And what now, Britain?"

    The Netherlands' Algemeen Dagblad

    "Defeated"

      Germany's Berliner Zeitung

      "Brexit Chaos"