David Cameron had three hours’ sleep last night, sources now saying there is still no obvious deal and summit could continue till Sunday— Isabel Hardman (@IsabelHardman) February 19, 2016
Need proof? Just look at his face...
Here's another one just to be sure...
Despite Cameron's hard work and tireless work ethic, sympathy was far evident.
@IsabelHardman I'm not sure how he can sleep at night anyway!— Andy Barton (@ajb4371) February 19, 2016
— Craig Allen (@Craig4llen1990) February 19, 2016
@IsabelHardman Well that answers the question 'how do you sleep at night?' Very little.— Stephen Baker (@StephenJBaker) February 19, 2016
Handily, people were on hand with some helpful advice.
@IsabelHardman Time for him to get out the methamphetamine.— Hunter Fox (@Onemadegg) February 19, 2016
Then there was this brutal assessment of the entire political scene.
@business showbiz for ugly people— Alejandro DeLaTorre (@bitentrepreneur) February 19, 2016
And others were simply thinking about his poor family.
Luckily for us there were pictures.
"Bow before your potted plant overlords, sniveling human scum!" pic.twitter.com/rcjg1f1WPv— Tim Stanley (@timothy_stanley) February 19, 2016
"And where do you see yourself in five years?" pic.twitter.com/9xzW6f2myy— Harry Cole (@MrHarryCole) February 19, 2016
HuffPost has exclusive access to the negotiation room in Brussels so can reveal what's going on behind closed doors pic.twitter.com/F8puM1g5N3— HuffPost UK Comedy (@HuffPostUKCom) February 19, 2016
Things are really hotting up in the EU negotiations now... pic.twitter.com/Xattjj8Hny— HuffPost UK Comedy (@HuffPostUKCom) February 19, 2016
Luxembourg's version of David Cameron comes with a free scarf pic.twitter.com/66myfHzRPl— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) February 18, 2016
As leaders reconvened for the second day of the European Council summit, Cameron pledged that he would not accept a watered-down agreement which did not meet his demands for change, reports The Press Association.
"I was here until 5 o'clock this morning working through this," he said. "We've made some progress but there is still no deal.
"As I have said, I will only do a deal if we get what Britain needs, so we are going to get back in there, we are going to do some more work and I'll do everything I can."
To be fair, the outpouring of negative sentiment began long before he had even started negotiations.
@David_Cameron all you're doing in Brussels is stuffing your pockets before the buffet closes, you abrasively dry wizard's sleeve.— CuntyVonCrink© (@DickyBellringer) February 18, 2016
@David_Cameron You're a laughing stock out there, mate. You're being made fun of. I bet they have meetings about you behind your back.— Gareth (@gabundy) February 18, 2016
Working hard dressing shit up to look like you have even the slightest control over anything you do, more like. @David_Cameron— Billy O. (@Hereward_W) February 18, 2016