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May & Her Brexit

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Khandro | 08:08 Sun 07th Apr 2019 | News
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It is alleged that she not only doesn't want it, she is and has been actively working to prevent it. Would you not agree?

http://thebackbencher.co.uk/opinion-theresa-may-rigged-her-cabinet-against-brexit/

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No. Sounds like a load of tosh to me.
I think the behaviour of MPs in not delivering what the public have voted for and not getting behind May’s votes has been atrocious. But, as I’ve repeatedly said, asking a pro EU Govt to deliver an anti EU referendum result was never going to be simple.
So it's all a cunning plan?
Finally! A thread on brexit, about time too.
//Even by her standards, the PM has now sunk to the nadir of corruption. Her doomed discussions with the opposition defied the reported majority of the Cabinet and have alienated vast numbers of grassroots Tories.
It is critically important to understand what, in her deluded mind, she is trying to do. It is quite simple: she is endeavouring to engineer a majority vote for the abject surrender referred to as the withdrawal agreement, which has been defeated three times in the House of Commons already. She has rightly despaired of being able to do this with the votes of her DUP supported Government, and in this act of utter desperation she is seeking to bribe Labour with anything they want in the non-binding “Political Declaration” which will buy the party’s support for that dreadful withdrawal agreement. It is vital to note that, of necessity, there is no possibility of there being any alteration whatsoever in that withdrawal agreement itself, which is precisely why the discussions are doomed to failure.//

https://independencedaily.co.uk/letters-to-the-editor-saturday-6th-april-2019/?utm_source=mailpoet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=INDEPENDENCE+Daily+Newsletter1
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Breaking: Jacob Rees-Mogg says Theresa May has made 'active choices' to stop Brexit.
Yes, she is a Remainer and never let her Brexit ministers do their job.Her deal is just a scheme to half leave the EU.
Seen it Khandro. Wicked.
"It is alleged that she not only doesn't want it, she is and has been actively working to prevent it."

If she has not been actively working to prevent it she is even more inept than I imagined. Just about every action she has taken and every decision she has made has been towards frustrating a proper Brexit to be achieved.
Now she is banging on about her deal not being accepted and Brexit not happening at the same time as Barnier & Tusk are talking about a no deal Brexit.
The position she has portrayed is that Brexit cannot be achieved because her deal (which does not achieve Brexit) will not pass through the Commons. Fortunately the Commons saw the deal for what it is and (for different reasons depending on whether from a Remainer or Leaver viewpoint) rejected it. The trouble is the Commons also can agree on no alternatives which will see Brexit. So it's the fault of the Commons her deal was not accepted but also the fault of the Commons for not subscribing to the only acceptable alternative (which is currently written in law but which will be largely ignored).
the PM and most of parliament have been working to ignore the will of the people since day1. Collaborating with the EUSSR they have managed to turn a simple exercise into something that they can, at some point say, "too difficult, we'll have to stay". Like the original Coup in 1973 this is coup mk 2. History will show up these selfish treacherous popinjays for what they are, disgusting.
No of course not

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It is one thing to make a cock-up through incompetence & negligence, but now people are beginning to say quite seriously, that she (and I believe along with Hammond) has been since day 1 trying to thwart Britain's departure.
I don’t know why you’re so surprised. It was always on the cards.
Would replacing the PM make the EU offer a better deal?
From the link: //but she is ruthless behind closed doors//

If she was that ruthless she would have secured a decent deal!

TJM, really you agree?
Lankeela: No who is PM makes no difference.
Agree with what?
///but she is ruthless behind closed doors//
She was certainly ruthless in taking over from David Davies and Dominic Raub when they looked as though they may have been getting somewhere in the negotiations.

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