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

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    418 70.97%
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    171 29.03%
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    Well done Watford Gap.Hopefully you have now had your internet access denied as it interferes with your stability,having liked this with both of your personae.

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      Good to see the usual suspects in denial , wonderfull scenes
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      Hmmmm. Maybe the EU should be the judge of this? What an arrogant fool.
      That's priceless coming from you
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      Why don't you start a new thread, its highly relevant to you, but nothing to do with Brexit
      After all the dross you have added ?? Really
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      After all the dross you have added ?? Really
      So how do you think the negotiations are going and what do you think will happen on the Ireland/NI border and trade deal over the next couple of weeks?
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      “If you harm Britain, you harm all of Europe” says @davidDavisMP - as his central argument why EU27 will ultimately give us benign Brexit. Not all EU leaders would agree

      it is quite amusing how pathetic the UK now sounds.
      its true though isnt it? if we accept the worse case scenarios, if we left with no deal, tariffs imposed, trade disrupted and so on, that would have a significant effect on EU economies. theres no scenario were its negative for UK and not for EU, only a matter of degree. perhaps though Davis needs a new argument, as the EU know this already.
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      So how do you think the negotiations are going and what do you think will happen on the Ireland/NI border and trade deal over the next couple of weeks?
      Don’t fret, an agreement will eventually be reached on NI. EU negotiations go to the wire so don’t be surprised if these do as well, its almost a given at some point in the future we will be watching news coverage of last minute mammoth talks going into the early hours, I can picture Kay Burley now camped outside some building somewhere with a pop up tent and a generator going in the background,
      And a framework for future relationship and trade will be forthcoming too. Trade deal cant be finalised until after we have left anyway, but im sure you knew that right?
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      “If you harm Britain, you harm all of Europe” says @davidDavisMP - as his central argument why EU27 will ultimately give us benign Brexit. Not all EU leaders would agree

      it is quite amusing how pathetic the UK now sounds.
      Yes, it takes a remainer to
      a). think his/her country sounds pathetic, and
      b). find that amusing.

      Happy to be on the opposite side.
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      Yes, it takes a remainer to
      a). think his/her country sounds pathetic, and
      b). find that amusing.

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      David Davis finds his own statements amusing, like when he was asked if he stood by his statement that "within two years we can negotiate a trade area massively larger than the EU." He laughed and said 'that was then and this is now'.

      Or this "We currently have in place an assessment of 51 sectors of the economy. We are looking at those one by one, the aim at the end is that this will inform the negotiating approach so that no one gets hurt."

      One year later “no systematic impact assessment on different sectors of the economy of leaving the European Union have been made"

      He's quite the comedian.
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      its true though isnt it? if we accept the worse case scenarios, if we left with no deal, tariffs imposed, trade disrupted and so on, that would have a significant effect on EU economies. theres no scenario were its negative for UK and not for EU, only a matter of degree. perhaps though Davis needs a new argument, as the EU know this already.
      New Brexiteer slogan "It is only a matter of degree" - once upon a time they had the gall to suggest Brexit would be net positive. Now its "we'll drag them down with us!"