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

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    413 70.72%
  • She knows exactly what she is doing

    171 29.28%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldseagull View Post
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    I am angry and fed up of getting told that it is easy and we can just walk away, that I am some sort of coward, or lack ambition by ****wits who have nothing to back their opinion but blind hope and nostalgia for early closing on Wednesdays.

    Brexit won't happen on the 29th March 2019.
    Unless they make a new bill and approve and pass it through parliament, it will

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      She's gotta be joking. Shirley.

      You might not like Grayling - but at least he got the trains running on time. Er…………………….this is a man who could literally de-rail Brexit. Surely the man to replace Davis is Fox ('the easiest' etc etc)
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      My view right from the beginning of this process that David Davis, Boris Johnson and Liam Fox were the three worst people apart from Nigel Farage you could pick for such an important role, now I read that Michael Gove might get the Brexit secretaries job nasty little man that he is I have to begrudgingly admit he is the most able political individual within this government and is far more likley to deliver Brexit that David Davis ever was
      The rumour is that it's going to be Grayling. So expect a long series of delays ... no chance of Brexit in March "The government are sorry to announce ...."
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      You might not like Grayling - but at least he got the trains running on time. Er…………………….this is a man who could literally de-rail Brexit. Surely the man to replace Davis is Fox ('the easiest' etc etc)
      after all, Fox has done so well in his current brief.
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      This has been done DELIBARATELY to stop people talking in the STREETS being OUTRAGIED about the width of stripes in the new Albion KIT when it is LAUNCHED later today.

      Davies OUT
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      EU OUT
      Sack the BORED

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      Apparently Labour Mp's have been called for a briefing on the deal that was agreed at the Chequers, because she believes enough of her own Mp's will vote it down without Labour support
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      That’s a bit unfair on national hero Tony Blair, he worked really hard to achieve his world-renowned self serving knobhead status, what gives you the right to say he has now lost that crown.
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      I read that Suella Braverma had resigned to. Maybe that was wrong.
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      You might not like Grayling - but at least he got the trains running on time. Er…………………….this is a man who could literally de-rail Brexit.
      Actually, you might not be too far away form the truth there. Perhaps May does have a cunning plan to simply replace useless, clueless Brexiteers like David Davis with another? Plus wasn't Grayling her leadership campaign manager? Admittedly she was only up against another useless, clueless Brexiteer in the shape of Andrea Leadsom though.
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      Apparently Labour Mp's have been called for a briefing on the deal that was agreed at the Chequers, because she believes enough of her own Mp's will vote it down without Labour support
      Sensible really, I think most people would agree that some kind of cross party plan with the majority of Parliament agreeing is the best approach?