Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by Pickman's model, Jun 9, 2017.
Only two more walls to build?
"I will work as long as it takes to get the right deal, the best Brexit deal." was the right answer.
As it is the only way she gets the two year transition she promised business leaders were a red line earlier this week, is if she bends over and takes whatever the EU tells her to.
I think it's in both parties interests to nail a good deal. May seems to be getting her dander up, since the election she's been very quite.
She thinks Venezuela is a planet. Infected by Trump?
This is a scenario for the EU bods to move from smirking to outright belly laughs when she enters the room.
And I'm sure they will, cos the cunts are more than happy to fuck with millions of EU citizens' lives whilst they play their silly games.
Is about the strength of it. We were pretty much told that outright by Yanis Varoufakis.
Though you'd think as a long time cabinet and tory party member, May would have plenty of experience of dealing with cunts. She seems eternally surprised that they have their own agenda and won't make things easy for her.
You forget that she's hopelessly out of her league.
Just remember to nominate it in the Christmas "funniest post of the year" thread!
Fallon has fallen. Oh, dry my tears and soothe my aching sides. More, please.
'' like the falling of small stones that starts an avalanche in the mountains ''
- Gandalf the White
Have a trade minister and first minister of state by the weekend if you like.
We have the new Perfumo
Can't be long now surely ?
Strong and stable.
That would be the one who likes to shag men wearing women's perfume? Oh, I've spoiled your joke.
If she's lost the loyalty of her own press secretary Laura Kuenssberg then she's really in the shit.
wasn't a joke just a bad late night spell check. 'In the past falling below the high standards we expect from our Armed Services.'.. among other thingss theres a rat fuck going down
I've always thought May will struggle on till the end of Brexit. Still do, just about, largely because any potential leader wants her to take all the flack. Same time, I'd guess there's a 20% chance she could be challenged by the weekend i.e. I don't think it will happen, but there's the ghost of a scenario there. Problem is, any challenge will take place amid the furore around gropey MPs. Whoever challenges has to be clean.
In the torygraph no less:
We've seen enough to know Theresa May can't change. She must go
Tory MPs accuse Theresa May of failing to act over NHS crisis
heh, i just noticed this - i did buy the album tbf, though i'll take the critisism, it does sound stupid i can admit! (derail, sorry)
I don't think they'll get rid of her until after Brexit or if the polls take a nose dive. I'm sure a few of the people who want to job (fuck knows why) are sitting back quietly waiting for the Brexit thing to be done.
To be fair to her she's just gotten on with stuff rather than stepped down and retired, which would have been an easier option. I wouldn't expect the likes of Gove or Boris to hang around in the same spot.
I'm not sure she is "getting on with stuff". I think she's desperately clinging on to power, because she genuinely believes she can/should.
The more I see of this government, the more I believe that they are so completely out of touch with reality that they think that nobody in their right mind could object to what they're doing. I think they believe their own propaganda.
I don't think she's clinging to power, she knows she won't be there next election. It's more a case no one wants the gig pre-brexit, because that's what we want someone who waits until the tricky stuff is all done before making a run for the job.
I don't think her powers that be are letting her chuck it all in, after all she is married to a billionaire hedge fund fucker, she doesnt need the work unless she thinks its the will of god , which is more worrying imo
I guess none of us will really know until she publishes her memoirs
I used to think that she was probably stuck in the job, but...well, I just don't think she's a good enough actor to be faking the apparent enthusiasm with which she's continuing to pursue the Tory agenda, despite being thwarted at every turn.
Johnson to push for more cash for NHS
'ere mate, chuck us yer matches...
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