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

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    417 70.92%
  • She knows exactly what she is doing

    171 29.08%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
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    Generally I don't like the fact the EU can overrule British law and British judgements.

    But if you want some specifics, off the top of my head:

    Free movement of labour law
    The right to be forgotten rule
    Child benefit for migrant workers
    Working time directive
    Fisheries policy
    VAT on energy bills law
    Climate change directive
    Diabetic motorists directive
    What is wrong with the right to be forgotten rule and do you think the UK would change it anyway?

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      Barnier....

      "NI backstop arrangement can not be extended to the rest of the UK"

      That puts the cats amongst the pigeons!!!
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      Quote Originally Posted by nicko31 View Post
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      Barnier....

      "NI backstop arrangement can not be extended to the rest of the UK"

      That puts the cats amongst the pigeons!!!
      The real strong and stable leader/bloody difficult woman has responded:

      Each to his choice, and I rejoice the lot has fallen to me
      In a fair ground-in a fair ground -
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      Quote Originally Posted by ManOfSussex View Post
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      The real strong and stable leader/bloody difficult woman has responded:

      Come on Arlene.
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      Well for a start you have 48.1% of people who don't want to leave in the first place. Staying in the Single Market has been a key priority for voters in every poll since the referendum about priorities, including over "lowering immigration" and generally EEA comes out as the most popular choice for "what sort of Leave do you want" in all opinion polling.
      Well I've had a little spare time this afternoon and I can't find anything to particularly to back up your statement. I did find the below which is three polls put together about staying in the customs union - neck and neck.

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      How can you be against the working time directive when there's an opt out?
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      You love a bit Tory open warfare
      neuter and microchip and keep your cats in at night and just in case you lose one of the little buggers
      anyone who loses a cat can contact me by pm.
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      The real strong and stable leader/bloody difficult woman has responded:

      Should be go into Trump mode, and threaten to NUC Ireland?
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      Well then more fool him, because if Boris had been any sort of statesman he may have been able to convince his party that in order to deliver Brexit the government had to be led by a Brexiteer. Indeed, it was Cameron's reason for resigning in the first place.

      The Tories were deluding themselves when they appointed Remainer May to lead Brexit and she compounded that folly by appointing Remainer Hammond as Chancellor.
      But Boris' actual beliefs make him no more a 'Brexiteer' than either of them.

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      It is also true that the single market is of considerable value to many UK companies and consumers, and that leaving would cause at least some business uncertainty, while embroiling the Government for several years in a fiddly process of negotiating new arrangements, so diverting energy from the real problems of this country – low skills, low social mobility, low investment etc – that have nothing to do with Europe

      Britain is at risk of losing influence, amongst several disadvantages: First, we wouldn't be able to stick up for what we believe in. Secondly, we would face some penalties.

      The choice is really quite simple, in favour of staying. It is in Britain’s geo-strategic interests to be pretty intimately engaged in the doings of a continent that has a grim 20th-century history, and whose agonies have caused millions of Britons to lose their lives.
      The above post is simply my opinion. I am not bullying you, should it differ from your own.
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      Well for a start you have 48.1% of people who don't want to leave in the first place. Staying in the Single Market has been a key priority for voters in every poll since the referendum about priorities, including over "lowering immigration" and generally EEA comes out as the most popular choice for "what sort of Leave do you want" in all opinion polling.
      Rubbish.

      https://whatukthinks.org/eu/question...gly%2Bdisagree

      The staying in the single market and customs union debate has been done to death. Numerous leading players on both side of the referendum debate said a vote to leave would mean exiting these as did the EU. 'Take back control', was/is obviously incomapatible with continued membership of either only the most disengenous undemocratic loon would think otherwise.

      In other news the latest YouGov poll gives the Tories a 7 point lead ... extarodinarily thats 20 polls in a row where Labour have had no lead despite the Brexit difficulties and windrush.

      to the many Corbyn fanboys revelling in the governments difficulties.
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