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    thanks Theresa, you did a stunning job

    We all enjoyed the last six weeks, especially the jokers you kept pulling out to really ensure you'd reach your goal, the pensioners selling their houses to pay for care fees was a classic

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    It's going to be super hard Brexit now.

    Tories will adopt scorched earth policy.

    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    thanks Theresa, you did a stunning job

    We all enjoyed the last six weeks, especially the jokers you kept pulling out to really ensure you'd reach your goal, the pensioners selling their houses to pay for care fees was a classic

    Milan.
    How so? DUP are very Eurosceptic and pro Brexit... May's attitude is the same..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    How so? DUP are very Eurosceptic and pro Brexit... May's attitude is the same..
    DUP will have to careful to avoid any 'serious' physical border so in some respects they'll not be Brexit at any cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    How so? DUP are very Eurosceptic and pro Brexit... May's attitude is the same..
    Except that they need access to the single market and don't want a hard border, are totally anti private NHS, would like to kill the pope and ban abortion. Don't remember much of that in the Tory manifesto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMangler View Post
    Except that they need access to the single market and don't want a hard border, are totally anti private NHS, would like to kill the pope and ban abortion. Don't remember much of that in the Tory manifesto.
    Sounds like great coalition

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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMangler View Post
    Except that they need access to the single market and don't want a hard border, are totally anti private NHS, would like to kill the pope and ban abortion. Don't remember much of that in the Tory manifesto.
    They don't need to ban abortions - they already are in NI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Equalizer View Post
    They don't need to ban abortions - they already are in NI.
    They can ban abortions in the rest of the UK. Now that they're in charge.
    Will work inside IR35. Or for food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VectraMan View Post
    They can ban abortions in the rest of the UK. Now that they're in charge.
    But they won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    thanks Theresa, you did a stunning job

    We all enjoyed the last six weeks, especially the jokers you kept pulling out to really ensure you'd reach your goal, the pensioners selling their houses to pay for care fees was a classic

    Milan.
    As election campaigns go, it was an utter car crash. You just know there were people in the background saying "all you have to do is turn up, and you'll easily beat the Marxist wannabee". I have no doubt there were advisors saying the election was a bad idea because Corbyn was the gift that just keeps on giving, and it would be a shame to have him booted out so soon.
    When your flagship policy scares the living sh!t out of a large number your core voters, don't be surprised when those same voters get a whacking dose of cold feet.
    She made the wrong call. In the real world, we'd all get fired for that. The very least she should do is resign. On the plus side, I think we've heard the last of "strong and stable".
    I don't think Brexit is dead, it's just become a hell of a lot more difficult to achieve. Thanks Mrs May. Thanks for f**k all.
    His heart is in the right place - shame we can't say the same about his brain...

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