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    Default Ridiculous Theresa May interview with Andrew Neil. (video)

    Theresa May waffling and obfuscating all the way through, with not one straight or clear answer! And this is the person running the country FFS!! Unbelievable!!!

    https://www.thecanary.co/2017/05/23/...lection-video/

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    She could do with another facelift.

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    Strong and stable err no Weak and wobbly. 5 U turns already so what is she going to be like negotiating for us in Europe.

    OMG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    Strong and stable err no Weak and wobbly. 5 U turns already so what is she going to be like negotiating for us in Europe.

    OMG
    Actually it won't be her but err Boris the Fakir omg it's even worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@panteg View Post
    Actually it won't be her but err Boris the Fakir omg it's even worse.

    Even more worrying!

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    Jim Hacker on being interviewed by the press:

    'If you have nothing to say, say nothing. Better still, have something to say, and say it, no matter what they ask. Pay no attention to the question, just make your own statement. Then, if they ask the question again, say ''That's not the question'' or ''I think the real question is...'' and then you make another statement of your own.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Jim Hacker on being interviewed by the press:

    'If you have nothing to say, say nothing. Better still, have something to say, and say it, no matter what they ask. Pay no attention to the question, just make your own statement. Then, if they ask the question again, say ''That's not the question'' or ''I think the real question is...'' and then you make another statement of your own.'
    Yeah, realistic for sure. I hate squirming, evasive politicians. Most seem like that. Chosen for their 'abilities' to pull the wool over people's eyes no doubt.

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    You don't get that far up the pole by being honest and open with everyone.
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    May evaded and twisted the questions. Trust me, trust me - says the serpent....

    Neill really laid into Corben who I think handled himself very well. In fact more like a prime minister than may - who sounded like a CEO on the defensive.

    In my opinion this should be about policy and record, not personality. It isn't the States. The Tories are all about money and taking more from the poor - labour is about social justice unlike it's blairite past which was conservatism at heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farflungstar View Post
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    In my opinion this should be about policy and record, not personality. It isn't the States. The Tories are all about money and taking more from the poor - labour is about social justice unlike it's blairite past which was conservatism at heart.

    Just my opinion.
    But personality comes into it. You might, for example, believe that Jeremy Corbyn is a genuinely nice, honest, well-intentioned bloke, but fear that, because of internal conflicts within Labour, he would not be able to put together a Cabinet of sufficient calibre to form an effective Government. The fact that Diane Abbott is Shadow Home Secretary gives some credence to such a fear.

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