Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by stuie » 22 May 2017, 16:15

White G wrote:Tories? Honestly, are you confident in Theresa May?
I believe that a tory government under Theresa May is the best way forward, I am a caring conservative, and feel it is great the Theresa May is moving the Tories to the left.

So I am voting Tory, so those winding other people up, or not :D what you voting
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by stuie » 22 May 2017, 16:16

trevormans wrote:So, to be clear, in your words you (and I imagine many many others who generally follow the dog whistle ) are "not at all confident" in the wibbly wobbly woman who in any case already has a mandate , (so that there is no need for a general election) and who is casting herself like some wondrous presidential candidate, pretending she needs your backing. This is not strong and stable, this is abysmal, and we are supposed to rely on her to negotiate a sound and prosperous Britain??
She has achieved nothing in 11 months other than to tell us we might be allowed legally to rip foxes apart.

no matter how many times she says it she is not strong and stable.

not strong and stable , more like wrong and unable
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by bristleposh » 22 May 2017, 17:49

Probably the MRLP
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by stuie » 22 May 2017, 18:01

bristleposh wrote:Probably the MRLP
I really hope that is tongue in cheek :oops:
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by stuie » 22 May 2017, 18:16

So Maggie was not for u turning, however Theresa puts it out there, listens and then modifies, I think that is mature

All the press want to do is pick holes
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by ashman » 22 May 2017, 18:35

stuie wrote:So Maggie was not for u turning, however Theresa puts it out there, listens and then modifies, I think that is mature

All the press want to do is pick holes
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by trevormans » 22 May 2017, 21:22

but the utter nonsense of it, is that mrs wibbly wobbly has denied she has made any change at all!!. In her mind she has not listened and modified, she feels that the policy is still the same as before. I think that is not mature but delusional and wibbly wobbly, from someone who thinks she is strong and stable.

you might just as well say that Diane Abbott put it out there, listened and then modified. Both were calamitous errors The only saving grace from the good lady Diane is that at least she knows she has no chance of coming to power, so her calamity will not matter much in the great scheme of things. Whereas mrs maybemaybenot has got to negotiate our future, no ifs and no buts.

As private fraser would say , we're doomed

but at least we will be able to rip foxes apart and have grammar schools. There is no call for either , but she knows best

and the last thing the press want to do is to pick holes in saint theresa , they have too much vested interest in her

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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by bristleposh » 22 May 2017, 22:39

I can't deny she is a liability, must be if Corbyn can close the gap. Should have had Boris. A left wing revival will be the death of this country and May may be responsible for this happening. I feel extremely sorry for the young who will have to suffer because of their intrinsically naiave philosophies, with which you simply can't run a small business let alone a country.
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by stuie » 23 May 2017, 11:46

Again, let me re-iterate, I am voting for the party that is united behind it's leader, and many floating voters not a party whereby the rank and file, the lords and the mp's are not 100% backing their leader

united we stand divided we fall, simple logic to me
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by bristleposh » 23 May 2017, 15:43

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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by stuie » 23 May 2017, 15:49

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I am very comfortable with this, as I will vote Tory, which is the only one on my list that actually has a chance to deliver
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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by trevormans » 29 May 2017, 09:01

at least she is consistent

wibbly wobbly at every point. no ifs and no buts

the dementia tax, school dinners, floppiness over manchester, the first manifesto ever to fall apart before an election, its only trumped by Trumps lack of strong stability, no clarity on what we hope for on brexit. don't let facts get in the way, utterly reliant on dog whistle

Rudd can't be specific about anything
hammond is sidelined
johnson is an inept twerp
even the dead cat specialist Fallon gets it wrong but can't apologise for out twerping johnson

leadsom, liam fox , greening, hunt , and the apparently imbecilic truss et al are all kept out if the way in case they say anything

if she can't see off a campaign led by mr corbyn what chance do we have when she is facing europe


can anybody point to where she is strong and stable? (not in relative terms but in absolute terms)

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Re: Theresa May to make statement in Downing Street

Post by tonyp » 29 May 2017, 09:21

trevormans wrote:

can anybody point to where she is strong and stable? (not in relative terms but in absolute terms)
I can't. But, I have found this subject quite interesting.
To make it a bit easier for those who live in the UK and read the papers, watch the news etc - how about you point to where she is weak and unstable (not in relative terms but in absolute terms)?
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