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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... 14:22 - Sep 21 with 5278 viewsDarth_Koont

You've had 2 years to come up with a plan but you didn't take negotiations seriously or urgently. Instead you've been focusing on the "optics" back home.

You knew all along the timetable was about coming up with a plan in Autumn 2018 that the EU needed to agree to. Unfortunately, that was entirely beyond the competence or interests of you and your useless Brexit team.

Just resign.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:23 - Sep 21 with 2571 viewsJ2BLUE

We need referendum 2.0









...for Scotland

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:24 - Sep 21 with 2562 viewsgiant_ullaa

to be replaced by Borris? no ta.

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:26 - Sep 21 with 2550 viewsDarth_Koont

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:23 - Sep 21 by J2BLUE

We need referendum 2.0









...for Scotland


Well, that will certainly be on the cards if this incompetent and self-serving shower continues.

We're seeing how much Westminster politicians are willing to screw over this country in order to maintain their personal and party political ambitions.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:27 - Sep 21 with 2544 viewsPinewoodblue

Ireland is the stumbling block they are not giving anything.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:32 - Sep 21 with 2524 viewsSteve_M

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:27 - Sep 21 by Pinewoodblue

Ireland is the stumbling block they are not giving anything.


Yes, the EU is standing by Ireland as one of its members. That's one benefit of being part of a multi-national organisation.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:33 - Sep 21 with 2515 viewsfactual_blue

I hope you're not making the mistake of thinking that the guiding principle in the tory party's approach to brexit is anything other than trying to keep their party together.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:35 - Sep 21 with 2509 viewspickles110564

It has been her plan all along, do not get a deal and she hopes people will vote to remain.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:35 - Sep 21 with 2505 viewsSpruceMoose

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:32 - Sep 21 by Steve_M

Yes, the EU is standing by Ireland as one of its members. That's one benefit of being part of a multi-national organisation.


I'm sure Sealand and the Falklands have our back, don't worry.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:38 - Sep 21 with 2496 viewsDarth_Koont

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:32 - Sep 21 by Steve_M

Yes, the EU is standing by Ireland as one of its members. That's one benefit of being part of a multi-national organisation.


Exactly.

On a related note, nothing over the past two years gives me any confidence that we have the calibre of leaders and politicians to stand up for ourselves on our own merits. I think being part of the EU and the strong single market has shielded us from our own incompetence.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:38 - Sep 21 with 2495 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Im not defending her...

....but everyone else ran for the hills on the day of the vote and ever since, so at least she had the 'balls' to give it a go.

It was all very predictable that the negotiations would be a mess.

A remainer managing the Brexit negotiations? ya, that'd go well.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:39 - Sep 21 with 2464 viewsNo9

The leader & her party NOT understanding the EU and the legalities surrounding it.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:40 - Sep 21 with 2480 viewsMJallday

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:35 - Sep 21 by pickles110564

It has been her plan all along, do not get a deal and she hopes people will vote to remain.
Watch a 2nd ref announcement soon.


which will spectacularly backfire, when the EU say "sorry, you've already had your vote, just because you now say you want to stay, we dont really want you thanks" - either that or "youll need to re-negotiate coming back in our new terms"...


its not happening, we're leaving, deal with it.

etc.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:41 - Sep 21 with 2451 viewsNo9

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:38 - Sep 21 by Marshalls_Mullet

Im not defending her...

....but everyone else ran for the hills on the day of the vote and ever since, so at least she had the 'balls' to give it a go.

It was all very predictable that the negotiations would be a mess.

A remainer managing the Brexit negotiations? ya, that'd go well.


Nah! she just has a stupidly large ego
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:41 - Sep 21 with 2476 viewsSpruceMoose

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:40 - Sep 21 by MJallday

which will spectacularly backfire, when the EU say "sorry, you've already had your vote, just because you now say you want to stay, we dont really want you thanks" - either that or "youll need to re-negotiate coming back in our new terms"...


its not happening, we're leaving, deal with it.

etc.


Probably end up saying goodbye to the Pound and hello to the Euro just to get back in the door... That would be hysterical. Brexit causing a deeper EU integration, thanks Nige!

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:42 - Sep 21 with 2473 viewsDarth_Koont

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:38 - Sep 21 by Marshalls_Mullet

Im not defending her...

....but everyone else ran for the hills on the day of the vote and ever since, so at least she had the 'balls' to give it a go.

It was all very predictable that the negotiations would be a mess.

A remainer managing the Brexit negotiations? ya, that'd go well.


I think it's a lack of brains rather than the presence of balls.

You can put her and her entire Brexit team led by the clownish Davis on the extreme left side of this graph.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:43 - Sep 21 with 2476 viewsBlueBadger

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:23 - Sep 21 by J2BLUE

We need referendum 2.0









...for Scotland


I would sh1t myself laughing if, having voted to leave the EU and stay in Great Britain, Glassers ends up in an independent Scotland that's an EU member.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:44 - Sep 21 with 2455 viewsSpruceMoose

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:42 - Sep 21 by Darth_Koont

I think it's a lack of brains rather than the presence of balls.

You can put her and her entire Brexit team led by the clownish Davis on the extreme left side of this graph.



I feel like we are missing an axis.

Can you plot:

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:45 - Sep 21 with 2447 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:42 - Sep 21 by Darth_Koont

I think it's a lack of brains rather than the presence of balls.

You can put her and her entire Brexit team led by the clownish Davis on the extreme left side of this graph.



Unfortunately there isn't really a good alternative, either within her party or the 'opposition'.

We are stuck with her.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:45 - Sep 21 with 2424 viewsNo9

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:32 - Sep 21 by Steve_M

Yes, the EU is standing by Ireland as one of its members. That's one benefit of being part of a multi-national organisation.


It is not as if the tories have not been consistently told this was the case
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:47 - Sep 21 with 2439 viewsMJallday

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:41 - Sep 21 by SpruceMoose

Probably end up saying goodbye to the Pound and hello to the Euro just to get back in the door... That would be hysterical. Brexit causing a deeper EU integration, thanks Nige!


its a thought that hasnt really been fully explored has it?

just because some people might now want to come back or stop us leaving, doesn't mean theyll have us back!!!

things are in motion for us leaving. i doubt it can now be (easily) reversed without agreeing to new t+c's! (which ultimately might be worse than either leaving or remaining!)

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:48 - Sep 21 with 2429 viewsDarth_Koont

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:47 - Sep 21 by MJallday

its a thought that hasnt really been fully explored has it?

just because some people might now want to come back or stop us leaving, doesn't mean theyll have us back!!!

things are in motion for us leaving. i doubt it can now be (easily) reversed without agreeing to new t+c's! (which ultimately might be worse than either leaving or remaining!)


Actually, there's this. Perhaps we can still halt it unilaterally.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-45601394
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:52 - Sep 21 with 2385 viewsNo9

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:48 - Sep 21 by Darth_Koont

Actually, there's this. Perhaps we can still halt it unilaterally.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-45601394


That is a very interesting development
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:52 - Sep 21 with 2403 viewsMJallday

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:48 - Sep 21 by Darth_Koont

Actually, there's this. Perhaps we can still halt it unilaterally.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-45601394


very interesting (i see the arcicle has only come out in the last 2 hours)

however, if that did happen - i do feel like it would be little like having a massive argument with your wife when shes caught you out. you might end up stay with her, but shes gonna be p1ssed off forever and make your life hell.

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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:53 - Sep 21 with 2395 viewsDarth_Koont

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:45 - Sep 21 by Marshalls_Mullet

Unfortunately there isn't really a good alternative, either within her party or the 'opposition'.

We are stuck with her.


I'd put her on gardening leave and just let the departments of government run themselves. On the world stage, we should let the tiller go idle rather than having her steer us onto the rocks.
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Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:55 - Sep 21 with 2380 viewsDarth_Koont

Theresa, Theresa, Theresa ... on 14:52 - Sep 21 by MJallday

very interesting (i see the arcicle has only come out in the last 2 hours)

however, if that did happen - i do feel like it would be little like having a massive argument with your wife when shes caught you out. you might end up stay with her, but shes gonna be p1ssed off forever and make your life hell.


I don't think so. This set of useless politicians will be gone shortly and I don't believe there's any serious ill-will to the people of the UK.
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