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Is the end of May, the end of May?

Can Theresa survive beyond the EU elections?
If she goes will Hammond go with her? or will he volunteer
to replace her?
What is the leader of Scotch corner in the POSHOC doing
on BBC political debate programnes, lmo he gets far to much
coverage on uk media and in parliament where he wastes
so much scarce debating time!

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21-05-2019, 12:49 PM
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Re: Is the end of May, the end of May?

That's actually a very funny thread title! Very witty!

Did you make it up yourself?
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21-05-2019, 12:58 PM
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I doubt the end of May will be the end for May, she is like one of those people in the horror films that get knocked down but still keep getting up and grabbing of leg of their assailant.

It looks like May is going to make a speech about 'the deal' after this mornings cabinet meeting.

Kunessberg says some changes have been made which will not please the Brexiteers so presumably, May is still still trying to woo Labour.
Speculation says the deal will carry 'a customs agreement' not something that will please everyone ....

Turkey shows Britain that a customs union can hurt
Ankara reckons that it is getting a raw deal and has started restricting imports from Europe.
https://www.politico.eu/article/turk...nion-can-hurt/
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21-05-2019, 01:38 PM
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Re: Is the end of May, the end of May?

Possibly the reason Olly Robbins flew off to Brussels last week . If Labour and Tory came to no conclusion, then it must be Olly Robbins .
He's the biggest fly in the ointment, doing all the negotiations and a very pro EU supporter from his early days at University.

Truly sick of the whole lot of them. They are all traitors to the people who elected them , one way or another.
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21-05-2019, 01:44 PM
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Re: Is the end of May, the end of May?

May be, May be not.
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21-05-2019, 01:47 PM
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Re: Is the end of May, the end of May?

Originally Posted by Meg ->
I doubt the end of May will be the end for May, she is like one of those people in the horror films that get knocked down but still keep getting up and grabbing of leg of their assailant.

It looks like May is going to make a speech about 'the deal' after this mornings cabinet meeting.

Kunessberg says some changes have been made which will not please the Brexiteers so presumably, May is still still trying to woo Labour.
Speculation says the deal will carry 'a customs agreement' not something that will please everyone ....
That made me laugh.
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21-05-2019, 02:05 PM
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This is said to be included in the agreement and looks like a recipe for the negotiating to go on forever
New PM will also have to seek a commons vote EVERYTIME they wish to tweak negotiating objectives. New devolved lock too being mooted
I hope it is not enforceable...
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21-05-2019, 02:11 PM
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Hi

She is making a speech this afternoon and she his bringing her deal back in the first week in June, when Trump is here.
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21-05-2019, 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by swimfeeders ->
Hi

She is making a speech this afternoon and she his bringing her deal back in the first week in June, when Trump is here.
I wonder if he will give her advice like he did before!!
He was a bit miffed that she took no notice. But then she never does!
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21-05-2019, 02:43 PM
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Re: Is the end of May, the end of May?

Originally Posted by ruthio ->
I wonder if he will give her advice like he did before!!
He was a bit miffed that she took no notice. But then she never does!
That's true. She is like a brick wall.
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