Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Whose idea was this IN/OUT referendum anyway?

 

At this stage I don't think it matters anymore which way we voted. We are ALL heartily sick of this grand fiasco it has become!!!

Ain’t that the truth !My son and I were on different sides of the argument , now we are on the same side and in agreement that they all want sacking 

Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Whose idea was this IN/OUT referendum anyway?

 

At this stage I don't think it matters anymore which way we voted. We are ALL heartily sick of this grand fiasco it has become!!!

Don't forget this is still just the start.

Once (if?) the withdrawal agreement is passed, the real negotiations on future trade agreements will finally start, and we've got years and years of those to look forward to... 

Eugene's Lair posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Whose idea was this IN/OUT referendum anyway?

 

At this stage I don't think it matters anymore which way we voted. We are ALL heartily sick of this grand fiasco it has become!!!

Don't forget this is still just the start.

Once (if?) the withdrawal agreement is passed, the real negotiations on future trade agreements will finally start, and we've got years and years of those to look forward to... 

 

I feel she is being bullied by her party but when she was in her prime, she exhibited the arrogance of a bully on the up.  So I have no sympathy for her now she's in her death spiral and being attacked from all sides.  She's been shit and negligent at her job and all too ready to throw red meat to the worst of the Tory voter base and the hard right Tory rags.  She's only spoken to her party, their voters and the Tory media.  She doesn't know how to be inclusive nor does she want to be.  I think she's really not cut out to be PM, she's awkward and unpersuasive.

 

She won't be missed. Maybe what comes after her will be worse, but I'll take a chance on that.

Welsh first minister's words pretty accurate.

 

He added: "The prime minister started off in the wrong way; she had a winner-takes-all approach.

"She acted as if the 52% who voted to leave counted for everything and the 48% who voted to stay counted for nothing - hence the red lines, hence the way she went about the negotiations.

He added: "She was a politician who lacked some of those basic political skills.

"She was rigid in her approach to things, she found it difficult to negotiate, she was not good at finding the ground where compromise could be discovered, and she went about it too late."

Moonie posted:
Baz posted:

I just hope that,  now she’s going,  we don’t jump from the frying pan into the fire 

Boris? 😮🤬🤣

🤣🤣🤣Could be Moonie ...but somehow I doubt it ....he’s got too much baggage .....I think it could be Dominic Raab . 

Baz posted:
Moonie posted:
Baz posted:

I just hope that,  now she’s going,  we don’t jump from the frying pan into the fire 

Boris? 😮🤬🤣

🤣🤣🤣Could be Moonie ...but somehow I doubt it ....he’s got too much baggage .....I think it could be Dominic Raab . 

Better of the two evils I guess Bazzy  

Eugene's Lair posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Whose idea was this IN/OUT referendum anyway?

 

At this stage I don't think it matters anymore which way we voted. We are ALL heartily sick of this grand fiasco it has become!!!

Don't forget this is still just the start.

Once (if?) the withdrawal agreement is passed, the real negotiations on future trade agreements will finally start, and we've got years and years of those to look forward to... 

Yes, and I don't think the vast majority of people realise that.

Carnelian posted:

Boris Johnson being PM is the very worst of outcomes.  With his record, he shouldn't even be in politics.  Too many negative character attributes to mention or remember and even then I'd miss a few things.

On this we agree Carnelian 

Baz posted:
Carnelian posted:

Boris Johnson being PM is the very worst of outcomes.  With his record, he shouldn't even be in politics.  Too many negative character attributes to mention or remember and even then I'd miss a few things.

On this we agree Carnelian 

His full name:
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson

El Loro posted:
Baz posted:
Carnelian posted:

Boris Johnson being PM is the very worst of outcomes.  With his record, he shouldn't even be in politics.  Too many negative character attributes to mention or remember and even then I'd miss a few things.

On this we agree Carnelian 

His full name:
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson

That’s a mouthful El 

El Loro posted:
Baz posted:
Carnelian posted:

Boris Johnson being PM is the very worst of outcomes.  With his record, he shouldn't even be in politics.  Too many negative character attributes to mention or remember and even then I'd miss a few things.

On this we agree Carnelian 

His full name:
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson

I knew it wasn’t just Boris Johnson but not that it was that mouthful  

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