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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:25 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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She's also facing a legal challenge over any coalition with the DUP. The Supreme Court may well be asked to rule on it as any such coalition is potentially in breach of the Good Friday Agreement. May has been warned about the breach. She has chosen to ignore it. Only time will tell if her arrogance again will be her final downfall.

"Potentially" so the agreement isn't in breach of the Good Friday Agreement..

"warned of the breach"? What breach?

"Arrogance"? Why is she arrogant? She's not doing anything wrong.

Has the challenge been successful?


"A Green party politician in Northern Ireland has begun a legal challenge against the anticipated parliamentary deal between the Democratic Unionist party and the Conservatives.

The basis of the claim is that any deal between the government and DUP will be in breach of the 1998 Good Friday agreement, under which the government undertook to exercise its power in Northern Ireland “with rigorous impartiality on behalf of all the people in the diversity of their identities and traditions”.

The government is trying to act as an honest broker in re-establishing the collapsed power-sharing executive at Stormont.

The Edwin Coe letter says any agreement between the DUP and the Conservatives would compromise the government’s independence and breach the reasonable expectation of the citizens of Northern Ireland, including McClean, that the government will act with rigorous impartiality."

Sinn Féin have also stated it is a breach. The DUP are making demands on May in return for their backing. Is that being impartial?

Could be upto the Courts to decide.

What ever happened to the "legal challenge"? :think:

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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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We must be past the 20 day mark [shrug65465.gif]


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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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We must be past the 20 day mark [shrug65465.gif]


I thought she did rather well in today's PMQ.

Made Father Christmas with his promises of money for all look a bit silly.


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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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We must be past the 20 day mark [shrug65465.gif]


I thought she did rather well in today's PMQ.

Made Father Christmas with his promises of money for all look a bit silly.

Caught a little of Question Time last night. Whilst the Labour candidate is talking about increasing our Foreign Aid budget by £3b, Rees-Mogg said we should be cutting it and spending it on social housing..

Seems sensible, sorting your own house out, before trying to help others :proud:

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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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tiggy wrote:
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We must be past the 20 day mark [shrug65465.gif]


I thought she did rather well in today's PMQ.

Made Father Christmas with his promises of money for all look a bit silly.

Caught a little of Question Time last night. Whilst the Labour candidate is talking about increasing our Foreign Aid budget by £3b, Rees-Mogg said we should be cutting it and spending it on social housing..

Seems sensible, sorting your own house out, before trying to help others :proud:


I like Rees-Mogg. One of the good guys.


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He's an interesting character, if nothing else...

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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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Tabby Cat wrote:
According to the Sunday Times and the Sunday Telegraph.

Apparently her own Party will turn against her.



Guess they were wrong

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Tabby's wrong about most things.


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 Post subject: Re: May has ten days to save herself
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Do you reckon we can start counting this topic in months now rather than days? Years even? It would make keeping tabs much simpler.


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