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I don't think it's so much brexit that swayed people. Her surprise social care bill caused a massive upset and caused a lot of people to switch. 

A lot of people still want brexit in spite of what the massively left-biased Twitter may say.

Ultimately they still got in although how long May stays now.   

Boris and Trump in power?

 

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She just gave a speech as if nothing had happened.  Cold, emotionless and soulless.  She has to rely on the DUP to form a government but acts as if she is a success.  

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30 minutes ago, jonski43 said:

I don't think it's so much brexit that swayed people. Her surprise social care bill caused a massive upset and caused a lot of people to switch. 

A lot of people still want brexit in spite of what the massively left-biased Twitter may say.

Ultimately they still got in although how long May stays now.   

Boris and Trump in power?

 

The issue wasn't Brexit or not, but the type of Brexit May was suggesting.  This great turn of the tide was not based on any single issue but on an uprising of discontent combined with one of the worst run Tory campaigns in history. Also, this time it looks like the 18-25s actually did get up off their lazy arses.  David Davis would be natural choice for PM, not that bumbling fool Boris.

25 minutes ago, Jazzy Jan said:

She just gave a speech as if nothing had happened.  Cold, emotionless and soulless.  She has to rely on the DUP to form a government but acts as if she is a success.  

I saw that, typical head in sand stuff, but everyone also saw that she looked like she was gonna collapse last night. She never was 'strong and stable' and no one is falling for it now.  Any deal with the Ulster Unionists is bound for disaster with her in charge. She clearly can't even negotiate within her own party never mind with those nutters. Europe will chew her up and spit her out.

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2 hours ago, VeronicaElectronica said:

In a sense, yes. Europe seems to be winning against the movement, but America is far from out of the woods yet.

That's great.  And yes I hope we catch up.  The 2018 mid terms will tell all.

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So I guess 'government of certainty' is her new 'strong and stable' :lmao:

Forging alliances with a party that is against same sex margin and is anti-abortion :manson:

 

EPIC FAIL 

 

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2 hours ago, jonski43 said:

I don't think it's so much brexit that swayed people. Her surprise social care bill caused a massive upset and caused a lot of people to switch. 

A lot of people still want brexit in spite of what the massively left-biased Twitter may say.

 

Yes and now thanks to her it'll be a shitty Brexit deal. I hope the few remaining Brexiters are happy with that :manson:

 

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36 minutes ago, Suedehead said:

So I guess 'government of certainty' is her new 'strong and stable' :lmao:

Forging alliances with a party that is against same sex margin and is anti-abortion :manson:

EPIC FAIL 

And evolution deniers, and death penalty supporters. What's that she was saying about the dangers of a "coalition of chaos"? Then she gets in bed with THIS lot, the most extremist party in the UK parliament?

 

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Enough already of her.

She ll step down. Mark my words.

And yes reason why Tories failed to get a majority is down to their austerity policies ( mainly cuts in public sectors like school, hospitals, police, etc) and Brexit. May& co talks of hard Brexit didn't go down well in a country which seems to regret Brexit. There was way too much disinformation over Brexit. People went to vote with no clear outcome of the consequences. The other day this man said he thought the country would get richer because they would stop sending money to the EU. lol The divorce bill wasn't mentioned once during the referendum. Millions were promised to the NHS out of EU money. It was a complete shamble and the nasty right winged British tabloids and newspapers were at the centrepiece of the outcome of the referendum. People are starting to wake up. Finally.

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According to her own colleagues in the Conservative party she'll be standing down in 6 months. 

 

I'd prefer it she went earlier. 

 

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36 minutes ago, MeakMaker said:

Enough already of her.

She ll step down. Mark my words.

And yes reason why Tories failed to get a majority is down to their austerity policies ( mainly cuts in public sectors like school, hospitals, police, etc) and Brexit. May& co talks of hard Brexit didn't go down well in a country which seems to regret Brexit. There was way too much disinformation over Brexit. People went to vote with no clear outcome of the consequences. The other day this man said he thought the country would get richer because they would stop sending money to the EU. lol The divorce bill wasn't mentioned once during the referendum. Millions were promised to the NHS out of EU money. It was a complete shamble and the nasty right winged British tabloids and newspapers were at the centrepiece of the outcome of the referendum. People are starting to wake up. Finally.

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8 hours ago, Jazzy Jan said:

She just gave a speech as if nothing had happened.  Cold, emotionless and soulless.  She has to rely on the DUP to form a government but acts as if she is a success.  

 

:rotfl:

Poor thing

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