View Poll Results: Is Theresa May is out of her depth?

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    221 62.61%
  • She knows exactly what she is doing

    132 37.39%
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    Thought you guys had had enough of experts?
    Quite. Its almost as though they dismiss opinion leaders when they don't agree with them and support them when they do.
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      Quite. Its almost as though they dismiss opinion leaders when they don't agree with them and support them when they do.
      Surely not
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      Thought you guys had had enough of experts?
      Most have had enough, especially since "the experts" and their supporters that bang on about the bad outcome of Brexit, seem to be ending up with a bit of egg on their faces.
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      Most have had enough, especially since "the experts" and their supporters that bang on about the bad outcome of Brexit, seem to be ending up with a bit of egg on their faces.
      I think it's a bit early to claim your victory. The BoE has been pumping money into the economy since last June and the government is borrowing like crazy to shore up the economy. And it seems sweetheart deals are being struck with specific companies. None of this can go on forever. Let's wait and see what happens eh?
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      Quite. Its almost as though they dismiss opinion leaders when they don't agree with them and support them when they do.
      Coo.I wonder which faction we learned that from,then.
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      That gushing tribute to President Obama from Nick Bryant on tonight's News at Six was given precisely 3 minutes of prime airtime on BBC One.
      In contrast, Mark Carney's remarkable turnabout on Brexit (downgrading its "dangers" and upgrading optimism about the economy) received just less than 9 seconds.
      Given the BBC News at Six's extensive and uncritical coverage of Mr Carney's every dire warning about the "dangers" of Brexit in the run-up to the vote and in its immediate aftermath, this skimming-over of the Bank governor's turnabout surely speaks volumes about the BBC's news priorities.
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      I think it's a bit early to claim your victory. The BoE has been pumping money into the economy since last June and the government is borrowing like crazy to shore up the economy. And it seems sweetheart deals are being struck with specific companies. None of this can go on forever. Let's wait and see what happens eh?
      Not claiming a victory, far from it, just that the end of the UK was forecast from the off, the experts on remain were so sure, the bedwetters then and now are out in force.
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      Most have had enough, especially since "the experts" and their supporters that bang on about the bad outcome of Brexit, seem to be ending up with a bit of egg on their faces.
      Strange then that you want more air time for his current predictions on the outcome of Brexit, which in fact, yesterday, was only a prediction that his next prediction would be more optimistic than his last prediction.
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      Most have had enough, especially since "the experts" and their supporters that bang on about the bad outcome of Brexit, seem to be ending up with a bit of egg on their faces.
      More like an entire omelette.

      Also not sure pointing out 'experts' are changing their tune as reality fails to meet their doomsday predictions is quite the same thing as supporting them now. Loved the way Carney/ BofE tried to claim credit for averting armageddon though ... shameless.
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      Its funny isn't it? All this 'argument', this entrenched view we have.
      We leave. The EU say no market access without free movement.
      The leave side say that is a red line we wont accept.
      This all equals a Brexit that is final. Call that whatever noun you care to choose.
      Therefore it WILL be wto rules. If they want to trade. A starting point.
      The EU will suffer there is no denying that.
      Will we, yeah I guess we will to a degree (that could be an argument!)
      I think you are right, the PM has said that she wants no freedom of labour movement, and so access to the free market will not be available.

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