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

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    378 69.61%
  • She knows exactly what she is doing

    165 30.39%
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    Rebel’s fail to rebel

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      Going well for remainer plans then.
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      Going well for remainer plans then.
      I wonder what she offered to head off the rebellion (I think we both know ). Although watching the chief whip negotiating on the benches was a new one for me. Didn’t look like a panic measure at all.

      But it's obviously not going as well as Brexiteer plans. Only 16 days to go until we present our full proposal for trade and borders at the EU summit. Looking on the bright side at least then, 2 years on, we MAY find out what it was we voted for
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      I wonder what she offered to head off the rebellion (I think we both know )

      But it's obviously not going as well as Brexiteer plans. Only 16 days to go until we present our full proposal for trade and borders at the EU summit, 2 years on. Look on the bright side, at least then we MAY find out what we voted for
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      Going well for remainer plans then.
      Wait till next month, government will need to move a lot
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      Rebel’s fail to rebel
      For now. She's a bloody difficult woman, very strong and stable and Brexit means Brexit don't forget. If she goes for a walk in North Wales with Phillip and changes her mind again but tells them nothing has changed, that 20 and rising may yet cause problems.

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      Going well for remainer plans then.
      I’m not sure who it’s going well for in Britain. Personally I felt that a deal to force the government to rethink/row back offered security. But you’re now playing into our hands. We have to play very very hard in these negotiations and you now have one less “get-out” than you did earlier. We all know the no-deal-is-better-than-a-bad-deal is bollocks. And you can’t now leverage “UK parliament won’t accept it” either.
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      I wonder what she offered to head off the rebellion (I think we both know ). Although watching the chief whip negotiating on the benches was a new one for me. Didn’t look like a panic measure at all.

      But it's obviously not going as well as Brexiteer plans. Only 16 days to go until we present our full proposal for trade and borders at the EU summit. Looking on the bright side at least then, 2 years on, we MAY find out what it was we voted for
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      Meanwhile Jacob Rees-Mogg has got his and the nations priorities spot on this evening.

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