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

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    253 65.04%
  • She knows exactly what she is doing

    136 34.96%
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    Record numbers of EU staff have quit the NHS, the crisis is not far off breaking point, having to pay for health care will soon be a reality unfortunately.

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      I don't want a league table, but Europe has suffered terrorism in the past from ETA and the RAF, and if you included with the EU, and therefore include the IRA there have been many attacks resulting in death, injury and damage
      That was in the past, I was referring more specifically to today's terrorism and how the EU are supposed to be dealing with it . all this sh*t suddenly arriving on our doorstep is hardly a record worth boasting about and one that hardly sends out a message that Europe is safer under the control of the EU. especially when it's clear Merkel and immigration play a fundamental part in it's build up.

      Lets face it mate what can the EU possibly be proud of under it's long and outdated empire, nothing apart from bankruptcy, corruption, divided societies, misery riots and terrorism. a complete and utter failure in my eyes..
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      Quote Originally Posted by brighton fella View Post
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      That was in the past, I was referring more specifically to today's terrorism and how the EU are supposed to be dealing with it . all this sh*t suddenly arriving on our doorstep is hardly a record worth boasting about and one that hardly sends out a message that Europe is safer under the control of the EU. especially when it's clear Merkel and immigration play a fundamental part in it's build up.

      Lets face it mate what can the EU possibly be proud of under it's long and outdated empire, nothing apart from bankruptcy, corruption, divided societies, misery riots and terrorism. a complete and utter failure in my eyes..
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      Record numbers of EU staff have quit the NHS, the crisis is not far off breaking point, having to pay for health care will soon be a reality unfortunately.

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      Outside Brighton central library there's an interesting installation called "Before I die I want to..." The title is repeated across all four sides with blackboard spaces for people to finish the sentence in their own way. In the middle, on the side facing the street, in the most prominent of places, someone has written "...feel safe in the UK". I felt a little shame.
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      Of course it is.
      Youtube must be constantly spending time staging these false happenings then.
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      Quote Originally Posted by brighton fella View Post
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      Of course it is.
      Youtube must be constantly spending time staging these false happenings then.
      I think you have misunderstood. I deleted my own post , "self deleted", because I posted something that I then realised was incorrect, "incorrect post".
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      Outside Brighton central library there's an interesting installation called "Before I die I want to..." The title is repeated across all four sides with blackboard spaces for people to finish the sentence in their own way. In the middle, on the side facing the street, in the most prominent of places, someone has written "...feel safe in the UK". I felt a little shame.
      Do you know why this (anonymous ?) person did not feel safe in the UK?
      'Our system rests to a large extent on the notion that we accept the result of free and fair elections with good grace, even if we’ve lost, and get on with making the best of it.'
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      Do you really think we never did any of this stuff entirely well by ourselves up to 1974?

      Do you really think hundreds of EU bureaucrats having to discuss these things (no doubt over agreeable lunches) saved us cash?

      What a lot of bollocks.
      Do you really think we didn't pay the pensions of the people that did this for us, up to 1974?

      We can argue about whether the EU is value for money, but you can't argue that the people in it's employment have not done anything for you or me, or that they are not entitled to a pension which we should be partially responsible for.

      Doing something once for 28 states, is lower cost than doing it 28 times, once for each state. If you want to argue about whether we could do it all for ourselves for less than the EU contribution, then you have a case, but I bet it is a lot closer than you think if you take into account all the savings to UK consumers.
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      So the EU supporters on here are quite happy to pay a huge amount of money with no accounting what for,to an organisation that has no idea why it is raising a bill,other than for spite.But you are quite happy for a country which owes many Billions of Euros to the countries it pillaged and ravaged not to pay any back.Some of you even seem happy that it doesn't pay it's dues towards an organisation that has kept Europe safe since the last round of severe unpleasantness from the Germans.(NATO,not the EU).Please hand in your passports on the way out!
      I think we might be wise to keep our mouths shut about reparations for historic pillaging.
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      Do you really think we didn't pay the pensions of the people that did this for us, up to 1974?

      We can argue about whether the EU is value for money, but you can't argue that the people in it's employment have not done anything for you or me, or that they are not entitled to a pension which we should be partially responsible for.

      Doing something once for 28 states, is lower cost than doing it 28 times, once for each state. If you want to argue about whether we could do it all for ourselves for less than the EU contribution, then you have a case, but I bet it is a lot closer than you think if you take into account all the savings to UK consumers.
      are you really in the believe that the EU centralises bureacracy and we dispense with the offices and responsibilities they have oversee? no, they provide an additional layer, employing people to determine and create new regulations, while member nations maintain the old offices, now with additional staff as they need to not only administer their own legislation and regulation but integrate and apply the EU version in addition. this is why business, that should like EU, constantly berate the increase in bureacracy, they have apply two lots under the current system, even if they do not trade in the EU.
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