Honestly, was Theresa May responsible for the Brexit fiasco, or is it just an unachievable policy that no one can get done?

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  • 6 months ago
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    No matter what she proposed, they weren't going to like it. They hoped by ignoring the problem, it would go away. There will be no agreement.

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  • 6 months ago

    It's a hard policy that has many obstacles. Just like Trump with his tariff wars, not easy, and not wise. Both countries will find out the hard way.

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  • 6 months ago

    No. It was CAMERON who is totally responsible for the utter mess/chaos the UK is now in.

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  • 6 months ago

    No, it was the pig shagger who unwittingly instigated the whole thing to get reelected but then ran a mile when his plan backfired and the yes vote prevailed

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  • 6 months ago

    End of the day she failed to get a deal done. All the rest is excuses.

  • Cogito
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    6 months ago

    No, as she's only the spokesperson for the government.

    The main problem was that the people were not given all the facts before the vote and there also should have been another option - stay BUT with certain conditions and a lot of opt-out clauses.

    Most of the 'Leave' voters did so because we didn't want Brussels dictating our laws, telling us how to run our country, forcing us to open our borders and imposing thousands of pointless rules on us - and all at a huge financial cost.

    We were happy with the EU - the former Common Market - where we could trade freely with Europe, agree over international matters, travel freely - but little more than that.

    I have no idea how we can come up with a sensible compromise - but that's what we should be aiming to do.

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  • David
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    6 months ago

    No she was not because it was caused by the non-Remainders which is achievable on joint terms of acceptance.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    As a remainer she had far less credibility when it came to negotiating.

    The situation has changed and the EU know it.

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  • 6 months ago

    The problem wasn't really Tmay and it's not an unachievable policy. The problem is that the establishment didn't want it and are willing to go against the people to stop it. They've said from day one that there was never a deal they could accept because they believe the best deal is the one we already have.

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  • 6 months ago

    David Cameron is responsible for it. Theresa May tried to deliver a workable deal but Northern English Labour voters and their MPs, and Conservative Brexiteer MPs scuppered it. Now they have managed to install a Brexit coup government.

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  • 6 months ago

    It was the will of the people and it can get done.

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