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British PM May resigns, paving way for Brexit confrontation with EU

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3 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Well that was inevitable. Will be interesting to see who is next to land in the hot seat and what difference they make, to the Brexit divorce process. Given the depth of the internal disagreement within parties, the position could be considered akin to a poisoned chalice.

Reluctantly, I've had to agree that a very left wing Labour party is simply not electable, yet it seems that the same may now be said of the Tories, for opposite reasons obviously. If the Tories shift a little to the centre then they lose their core support.  A split is inevitable imo.

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“Brexit means Brexit” means 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

 

But Therexit clearly means June 7th...or does it??

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2 hours ago, billd766 said:

How do you know that he will be the new PM?

 

The old one has not left yet and there may well be more than one contender.

Don't you think he will get the gig, then? If not, who is your money on?

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17 minutes ago, mommysboy said:

Reluctantly, I've had to agree that a very left wing Labour party is simply not electable, yet it seems that the same may now be said of the Tories, for opposite reasons obviously. If the Tories shift a little to the centre then they lose their core support.  A split is inevitable imo.

Agreed. The Tories have now become the looney Tories and labour under Corbyn have remained looney labour had an opportunity to appeal to the majority by ditching Corbyn and supporting a second referendum. So far they have not taken that opportunity so the Brexit nutcases are running around like lemmings following Farage. No wonder the UK is now the laughing stock of the world .

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She will be remembered, whether in a good light or not depends on who follows.
 
In her defense she was given an impossible task (Maybe John Wick could have pulled it off) but the prosecution would say she was an appalling Home Secretary & should never have been PM.
 
I agree with the latter... But nobody else would stand up at the time & (IMHO) were waiting until things couldn't get much worse before playing their hand... 
 
 
 
 
£600,000.annually..crying all the way to the bank..boohoo..poor teresa [emoji35]

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3 minutes ago, malagateddy said:

£600,000.annually..crying all the way to the bank..boohoo..poor teresa emoji35.png

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If that's all she walks away with she will be crying... look at Blair... 

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I am always surprised that there are still people out there who want that job. Why? Best case the new PM somehow manages a half acceptable Brexit but even then half the population will be unhappy. It's a lose lose job. And some people still want it...

 

 

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The good thing about this is, it ensures that:

1. Brexiteers will get excited while nothing will change; 

2. We will have more fun with the Brexit shytshow. It really got a bit boring lately. 

 

Just please no second referendum, that would mean the shytshow ends and instead of Brexiteers making a fool of themselves for us to laugh (“maybe we have left the EU already” anyone?) we would have them back in the EU. 

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