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

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    405 70.43%
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    170 29.57%
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGully View Post
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    This was discussed and if this is then deemed as legit leaked paper then perhaps it's worth further discussion but you asked what was going right which was countered by what exactly is going badly and you post a graph for 15 years into the future, it was only leaked a couple of weeks ago, if it is the economic implications that concern you hasn't the lack of overall economic trauma shown that this might not ever happen.
    Was it a bit too 'facty' for you. Do you prefer feelings and opinions?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Papa Lazarou View Post
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      Was it a bit too 'facty' for you. Do you prefer feelings and opinions?
      No I really really like facts, probably why I am a little wary of projections, did you know with the power and resources of the Bank of England they had to change their November 2017 prediction of GDP Growth for the UK in January 2018, so even with the absurdity of a 15 years projection which was only leaked a couple of weeks ago why would you deem yourself a 'facty' type of person against anyone else, your view is just as driven by opinion and feelings as anyone else.
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      Quote Originally Posted by The Clamp View Post
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      So you will trust the government over brexit unless it forecasts something that doesn't fit your narrative? I see.

      Anyway, answer the question. What's going positively well with Brexit?
      the fact that we're still leaving the EU which seem to be a problem for you GRIZZLERS to grasp, it's about time you realised that and stopped torturing yourself over it, in years to come people will wonder what all the fuss was about ,THEY REALLY WILL!!!
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      If we deleted every post from this thread that contained exaggeration, failed prediction, or hyperbole, it would run to about ten pages, and I doubt those pages would be filled with Big Gully comments.
      No it wouldn't, feel free to do your worse, I am sure a few of you are doing it now, but I am not really 'anti' anything in particular so I am less likely to be so driven by political dogma.

      Your guy's previous posts can be great reading but you carry on as if everything you have ever posted came true and your future projections deserve applause (as long as it's negative) , it's quite funny, take you for instance only last weeks you claimed the UK's economy was broken, seemed harsh to me but you countered 'compared' to say France, so I posted growth figures for both and it didnt seem to suggest that at all, you never replied and I doubt you think any differently anyway it's your 'anti' Brexit Eurotunnel vision, see what I did there.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Herr Tubthumper View Post
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      Thanks, I take this as a compliment.
      he said through gritted teeth
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      Quote Originally Posted by Pretty pink fairy View Post
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      the fact that we're still leaving the EU which seem to be a problem for you GRIZZLERS to grasp, it's about time you realised that and stopped torturing yourself over it, in years to come people will wonder what all the fuss was about ,THEY REALLY WILL!!!
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      Quote Originally Posted by BigGully View Post
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      No it wouldn't, feel free to do your worse, I am sure a few of you are doing it now, but I am not really 'anti' anything in particular so I am less likely to be so driven by political dogma.

      Your guy's previous posts can be great reading but you carry on as if everything you have ever posted came true and your future projections deserve applause (as long as it's negative) , it's quite funny, take you for instance only last weeks you claimed the UK's economy was broken, seemed harsh to me but you countered 'compared' to say France, so I posted growth figures for both and it didnt seem to suggest that at all, you never replied and I doubt you think any differently anyway it's your 'anti' Brexit Eurotunnel vision, see what I did there.
      On this subject, do you have any future projections to show the upside to Brexit? Just to provide some balance.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Papa Lazarou View Post
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      On this subject, do you have any future projections to show the upside to Brexit? Just to provide some balance.
      Do you mean exclusively economic or a personal political preference or both, theres loads for both of us.
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      We are just waiting for the Tories plan for Brexit. Then we can decide which level of private health cover to take out.
      either way we're leaving the EU
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      Quote Originally Posted by BigGully View Post
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      Do you mean exclusively economic or a personal political preference or both, theres loads for both of us.
      I guess anything, that affects at least a large minority of the population... in a measurable positive way.
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