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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by blueinsa, 15 Mar 2017.
Davis in an out faster than an English batsman today.
In fairness he does have a Tory leadership campaign to run. Priorities mate. Priorities.
We could go on all day but I'd ask you to name me a better domestic Prime Minister in the last 50 years.
Back on topic the Tories are all over the fucking place here, we're not in a fit state to go into negotiations.
There are good points and bad points of all our PM's It all depends on your personal political stand point. We all know there are constituency's that you could stick a particular colour rosette on a pig and it would win a seat in Parliament.
As it stands, not one of the political parties are fit to negotiate our future in Europe; we've just got to get on with it. And back to my original point is that the BBC playing party politics whilst continuing to hide behind the shield of impartiality is really not helpful.
I entirely agree with your 2nd paragraph. I went from being very optimistic with May when she first spoke as PM to now being extremely concerned about what will happen to us.
We need a Macron to come along.
That presupposes that there was a "right" call. Leaving the Americans to go in alone would have had many many adverse consequences for us, just different consequences from the ones that have actually panned out. Unless you are clairvoyant I venture to suggest it is impossible to know what would have happened had we stayed out of Iraq - save of course for the fact that the war would have happened anyway.
It's going to be a paperless Brexit.
It's alright the EUs got more than enough paperwork already.
The Tories are the party of competence and prudence, the party of strong and stable government. You don't know what you're on about.