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

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    429 70.56%
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    179 29.44%
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    @Westdene Seagull is an expert on aviation and also pharma. He’s also knowledgeable about EU GDPR rules. You need to listen to him.
    Where have I said I know about pharma ? Regardless, that comment is a bit rich coming from someone that couldn't read a graph and then proceeded to tie himself up in circles trying to make out his mistake wasn't really a mistake !!
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      Here we go again. Opinion (and a minority one at that) being put forward as fact. Sadly it's that same attitude among a vast majority of MPs (Lords and Commons alike), not to mention the very powerful Whitehall mandarins, that has made negotiating Brexit so difficult - the government has it's hands tied in the negotiations, not by the EU, but by the British remainers.
      Don't blame May (and even more so don't blame the millions who voted leave) - the blame lies full square at the feet of those that have done their best to hamper our negotiators and sabotage the Brexit process from day one.
      Yeah obviously it's everyone's fault apart from the fools who hadn't thought through the implications of leaving the EU.
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      Where have I said I know about pharma ? Regardless, that comment is a bit rich coming from someone that couldn't read a graph and then proceeded to tie himself up in circles trying to make out his mistake wasn't really a mistake !!
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      This made me chuckle today.

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      NSC at its very best ~ a post based on assumption on a matter the poster hasn't got a clue about!!
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      It's strange - Farage wasn't part of the official leave campaign, isn't a member of the Tory party nor holds a cabinet position yet remainers seem obsessed with him and what he's doing now. Very bizarre.
      There would not have been a referendum if Farage and his party was not gaining vote share at General elections. What he is doing now is relevant because it seems he is profiting from a situation he helped bring about whilst most are worse off by it. Don't pretend to be thick about this, leave voters are trying to reject that stereotype.
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      If we are quite happy with the status quo ante,then it's up to the EU and the Irish to build walls and customs posts.Perhaps the Irish could invent a fleet of amphibious articulated trucks to get their exports to the EU without using our roads and ports?As for his IT requirements,do we not already trade with countries under WTO rules and tariffs?Just the same tired old rubbish being touted slightly differently from 2 years ago.Let's just get out.
      And nothing has been done for 2 years which is why it's still a problem

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      And nothing has been done for 2 years which is why it's still a problem

      Yeah,the EU's problem if we get out with no deal,so perhaps they need to start thinking about it
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      I can understand Baldseagulls annoyance completely but I guess I've just had more experience of dealing with morons.

      And although the political classes can justifiably be blamed for all sorts, this is quite simply down to you and your Brexiteer friends.

      Try as you will to blame remoaners, the government, the EU or anyone else you can try and come up with, this total f***up is down to you, no one else.

      At some point you have to take responsibility for what you've done. After all you are grown ups, aren't you (Obviously not Ppf)
      Will you ever learn ... continually calling people with entirely legitimate alternative views morons isn't a winning strategy. Unjustifiable condescension, sneering and belittling 17.4 million people is partly why we are in this situation .. will you and your tediously patronising ilk ever learn?

      Your woefully inaccurate critique and constant need to claim I told you so does remind me of a very needy child throwing a tantrum though.



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      this made me chuckle today.

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