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

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    420 70.71%
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    174 29.29%
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    Corbyn says we can't stay in the single market.
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      Ah the usual reverting to (drunken?) abuse gambit. Says the wannabee class warrior who thinks the Home secretary lusts after him ... real world indeed
      Not really - I don't think I'm her type as I'm one of her constituents - We're on drugs and benefits according to her among other things - Plus as Home Secretary I'm sure it'd be prudent to use privileges available to such an office of state and do a DBS check on any potential suitor - You never know what one of them may find from the dim and distant past.....................

      Speaking of being drunk though, you stick to copying and pasting articles from that Irish right wing drunk blogger you like aka Guido Fawkes site and The Daily Telegraph etc to promulgate your ideological views as the official NSC mouthpiece for Vote Leave/The Conservative & Unionist Party/Activate like a good little, short back and sides Tory boy.

      I'm going to test out the ignore feature and stick you on mine on a trial basis with a view to a permanent move as you're just like the readers comments section of The Daily Mail, though less intelligible. I may extend this trial further, to others particularly if I suspect the username to be Tory, Brexit voting and public school.

      (Congratulations on being the first onto my ignore list trial - I'm sure someone like yourself has long history of coming first though and is quite used to it. )

      Anyway, laters, Tory Boy.
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      Quote Originally Posted by CHAPPERS View Post
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      Corbyn says we can't stay in the single market.
      Labour are almost as bad as the Tories on Brexit.

      What doesn't change is the Brexit everyone was promised is undeliverable.
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      https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...despite-brexit

      Spain’s Alantra Partners SA is considering moving its headquarters from Madrid to London in a bet the U.K. capital will remain the center of European business and finance even after Brexit.

      That's not right, surely?
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      “Young MP Ben Bradley wants to 'fix Tory image problem'”

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/articl...-image-problem

      I think he’d have more chance of re-branding Jimmy Saville
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      https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...despite-brexit

      Spain’s Alantra Partners SA is considering moving its headquarters from Madrid to London in a bet the U.K. capital will remain the center of European business and finance even after Brexit.

      That's not right, surely?
      I have absolutely no doubt a company specialising in merger and acquisition will want to be based in London. I’m sure there will be plenty of vultures circling over The City needing help with picking up companies at rock bottom prices. You go where the work is.
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      I have absolutely no doubt a company specialising in merger and acquisition will want to be based in London. I’m sure there will be plenty of vultures circling over The City needing help with picking up companies at rock bottom prices. You go where the work is.
      This. When an economy or market is in trouble there will always be organisations and individuals that profit from it. I see no difference why this should be any different just because it's Brexit thats causing the downturn.
      Some people will become very rich from Brexit. Bob from Burnley will not be one of them.
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      Labour are almost as bad as the Tories on Brexit.

      What doesn't change is the Brexit everyone was promised is undeliverable.
      Almost? They are identical. Corbyn wants the same as the right wing Tories (and UKIP), just for different reasons. Neither will be getting my vote at the next election (if their position remains the same).
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      “Young MP Ben Bradley wants to 'fix Tory image problem'”

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/articl...-image-problem

      I think he’d have more chance of re-branding Jimmy Saville
      He would be better off concentrating on keeping his seat at the next election
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      Labour are almost as bad as the Tories on Brexit.

      What doesn't change is the Brexit everyone was promised is undeliverable.
      at the risk of stating the bleeding obvious, labour had no inclination ( as everyone else) that the vote would have been in favour of leaving. I am sure this is the elephant in the room at shadow cabinet meetings. Corbyn has been very quiet on Brexit and I think he is playing the game of sitting back and watching the Conservatives tearing themselves apart. He is probably as surprised as all of us that we haven't gone back to the polls for a GE as TM seems to be clinging to power by her manicured fingernails.

      The only real banger of the table is Emily Thornberry, who I have a lot of time for, and she is very much for staying in the single market, customs union and free trade zone to protect jobs in the UK.

      It would be very interesting if we had a GE in the next 3 months and if Corbyn won it, which sounds like it would happen, if he came out and said that it was going to cost too many UK jobs and ditched the whole idea. He would have a majority ( a lot of Tories would back him) and it would be put on the shelf of history
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