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Chris Grayling 15:11 - Feb 11 with 411 viewsPinewoodblue

Any remainders think he would make good Brexit secretary?🦄

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Chris Grayling on 15:21 - Feb 11 with 393 viewsSteve_M

We would have joined Schengen and the Euro within a month given his habitual level of competence.

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Chris Grayling on 16:00 - Feb 11 with 347 viewsNo9

He's not been nicknamed 'failing' for no reason.

to be as bad as he is in a caninet of incompetents is some achievement
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Chris Grayling on 16:13 - Feb 11 with 319 viewsWeWereZombies

If one wants to Remain in the European Union then there is no need for a Brexit Secretary. Sounds like a perfect fit for Grayling.

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Chris Grayling on 16:15 - Feb 11 with 314 viewsSwansea_Blue

They're all useless.

We have examples like this every single day.


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Chris Grayling on 16:26 - Feb 11 with 297 viewsNo9

Chris Grayling on 16:15 - Feb 11 by Swansea_Blue

They're all useless.

We have examples like this every single day.



I don't believe the cabinet understand what the Customs do
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Chris Grayling on 16:37 - Feb 11 with 280 viewsSwansea_Blue

Chris Grayling on 16:26 - Feb 11 by No9

I don't believe the cabinet understand what the Customs do


The whole thing is so far beyond parody that stupid is the new normal.

God knows what may's up to now. Deliberately running down the clock to try and force MPs to support her own deal? Or simply doesn't know what to do? I'm losing the will to keep up to date, which may be part of the plan all along.

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Chris Grayling on 17:13 - Feb 11 with 259 viewscaught-in-limbo

Chris Grayling on 16:13 - Feb 11 by WeWereZombies

If one wants to Remain in the European Union then there is no need for a Brexit Secretary. Sounds like a perfect fit for Grayling.


Looks like people are starting to piece things together.

Here's another member of Mrs May's Brexit team:

Oliver Robbins: The Prime Minister's Europe Advisor for 10 Downing Street since September 2017.

From his wiki profile: "At Oxford, Robbins was president of the Oxford Reform Club, a group promoting a federal European Union."

source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Robbins

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Chris Grayling on 17:48 - Feb 11 with 219 viewsjontysnut

Chris Grayling on 17:13 - Feb 11 by caught-in-limbo

Looks like people are starting to piece things together.

Here's another member of Mrs May's Brexit team:

Oliver Robbins: The Prime Minister's Europe Advisor for 10 Downing Street since September 2017.

From his wiki profile: "At Oxford, Robbins was president of the Oxford Reform Club, a group promoting a federal European Union."

source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Robbins


I used to be a civil servant but at college I was in the WRP. I still did my job.
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Chris Grayling on 18:01 - Feb 11 with 203 viewscaught-in-limbo

Chris Grayling on 17:48 - Feb 11 by jontysnut

I used to be a civil servant but at college I was in the WRP. I still did my job.


You're good boy, but how much power and influence do you have compared to Robbins. He's only 43 and he's the PM's handler:

"Robbins's role in negotiating a deal for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union led to some Conservative MPs blaming him for an anti-Brexit "establishment plot", criticising him as "secretive" and comparing him to Grigori Rasputin."
source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Robbins

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"Has David Cameron quietly committed his first act of sabotage against Brexit? The civil servant he's put in charge of extricating Britain from the EU is Oliver Robbins, who previously worked at the Home Office. Robbins was so unimpressive and uninformative at a recent meeting of the Home Affairs select committee that he was sent out of the room by chairman Keith Vaz — by which time, his ears were bright red."

source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3672954/SEBASTIAN-SHAKESPEARE-pair-be
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