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

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    186 29.71%
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    Yep, top link

    "David Davis's resignation was met with a collective shrug of the shoulders in Brussels on Monday. "How can we miss a man who was never here?", one EU source commented to me. The Brexit secretary made one visit to Brussels in the last four months."

    We should rebrand the two actual leavers with JRM as the three shitgibbons. Say-only-evil, do-fvck-all and dress-like-a-Victorian-sexpest
    It is a good link. The question must be, what has Davis actually done since he was made Brexit sectary? Apart from smarming around talking bollocks on TV, it seems he's done absolutely nothing. Then this "plan" is unveiled, he agrees it and then he jumps ship.

    Shouldn't it have been HIS JOB to help formulate the plan? What a total waste of oxygen and our money he had proved to be. As predicted. The ****.

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      It is a good link. The question must be, what has Davis actually done since he was made Brexit sectary? Apart from smarming around talking bollocks on TV, it seems he's done absolutely nothing. Then this "plan" is unveiled, he agrees it and then he jumps ship.

      Shouldn't it have been HIS JOB to help formulate the plan? What a total waste of oxygen and our money he had proved to be. As predicted. The ****.
      send him an email ?
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      The reason why BREXIT is in the state it is in is because nobody knew the fine detail nor the complexity of undoing 40 years of integration nor the REAL cost of doing this. I cannot believe people (other than the small minority who WILL gain enormously) would have voted for this shambles and it was always going to be one because no one had a clear definition of the outcome.

      This nonsense about democratic voice of the people is also pure opportunism and a better PM than Cameron (pick any that preceded him) would have steered round it. We are a Parliamentary Democracy and that has been rode rough shod by both a minority (but powerful) section within the Tory Party and a Labour Leader who really is growing into a nice autocrat.

      It is time for the sensible members within Labour, Tory and Liberal Parties to take the initiative and form a broad centralist part which puts the interests of the majority of the British people first and that includes stopping the shambles and try to repair the damage.
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      The reason why BREXIT is in the state it is in is because nobody knew the fine detail nor the complexity of undoing 40 years of integration nor the REAL cost of doing this. I cannot believe people (other than the small minority who WILL gain enormously) would have voted for this shambles and it was always going to be one because no one had a clear definition of the outcome.

      This nonsense about democratic voice of the people is also pure opportunism and a better PM than Cameron (pick any that preceded him) would have steered round it. We are a Parliamentary Democracy and that has been rode rough shod by both a minority (but powerful) section within the Tory Party and a Labour Leader who really is growing into a nice autocrat.

      It is time for the sensible members within Labour, Tory and Liberal Parties to take the initiative and form a broad centralist part which puts the interests of the majority of the British people first and that includes stopping the shambles and try to repair the damage.
      A BIT LIKE THE COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY
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      keep believing , I got slated for saying we would win the referendum result ,you can slate me on this as well but deep down you know we're out and a strong chance of a no deal, hey ho life goes on chin up
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      Only someone who has got nothing would want a no deal.
      The greater their ignorance, the stronger their opinions.
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      No, no no. Corbyn is leader because utter clowns in the PLP thought it would be 'nice' to have a left winger on the leadership slate. Once he was on the slate, the idiotic constitution created by Milliband gave the constutuency parties too much influence on the outcome and, like tory constituncy parties, these are deeply 'conservative' (old skool, reactionary) and the momentum hegemony was born.

      There is nothing radical about Corbyn's labour party. It is old fashioned and reactionary, made incoherent by the deluded rainbow yoof element who actually think they have found a political home, and bolster it. I agree with those who expect a Corbyn labour government to unravel within a couple of weeks. I'd love to think he's competant, but I simply don't. His Brexit stance is the exemplar. Why isn't he being clear, now, about how he will navigate a good deal? Because he doesn't have a clue.
      Agree with all of that
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      send him an email ?
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      Superbly argued and written as ever sir. Well played. #wtf

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      Only someone who has got nothing would want a no deal.
      that rules me out then
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      Yep, top link

      "David Davis's resignation was met with a collective shrug of the shoulders in Brussels on Monday. "How can we miss a man who was never here?", one EU source commented to me. The Brexit secretary made one visit to Brussels in the last four months."

      We should rebrand the two actual leavers with JRM as the three shitgibbons. Say-only-evil, do-fvck-all and dress-like-a-Victorian-sexpest
      isnt that source a touch disingenous? Barnier setout the schedule of negotiations and the only person allowed to have negotiations. what would Davis do other than antgonise negotiations being accused of trying to conduct secondary meetings? what he did in negotiations and in between needs to be examined though.
      Daily Mail readers are living in a perpetual hell, expecting their homes to be overrun at any minute by hoodie wearing, skunk smoking, muslim, transgender, asylum seekers.
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      The reason why BREXIT is in the state it is in is because nobody knew the fine detail nor the complexity of undoing 40 years of integration nor the REAL cost of doing this. I cannot believe people (other than the small minority who WILL gain enormously) would have voted for this shambles and it was always going to be one because no one had a clear definition of the outcome.

      This nonsense about democratic voice of the people is also pure opportunism and a better PM than Cameron (pick any that preceded him) would have steered round it. We are a Parliamentary Democracy and that has been rode rough shod by both a minority (but powerful) section within the Tory Party and a Labour Leader who really is growing into a nice autocrat.

      It is time for the sensible members within Labour, Tory and Liberal Parties to take the initiative and form a broad centralist part which puts the interests of the majority of the British people first and that includes stopping the shambles and try to repair the damage.
      This would be far too sensible for the self serving, fingernail clingers who are the majority of MPs. Not helped by our screwed voting/political system which means that decent MPs (and yes there are quite a few) have to toe the party line on stuff that they actually detest.

      This is only going to get worse until people who are in power grow some balls and tell the truth (hmm). Or people who have a chance of being in power do the same, knowing that they're probably falling on a sword in the short term for the long term good of the country.

      None of that being likely until we're all really ****ed and the only people celebrating are hedge fund managers, really rich people and brain dead halfwits like the fairy.