Theresa May malfunctions during interview on International Women’s Day

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  1. RedKestrel

    RedKestrel Well-Known Member

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    I'm not a maybot fan by any stretch but to say she malfunctioned is a fcuking joke. I don't know how else she could have answered it.

    We get it, she's got no personality and I very much doubt she's ever 'had the girls round'.

    Complete click bait article.
     
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    Extremely biased article (and not the only one judging by the homepage) for a website that calls itself "total politics"
     
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    RedKestrel Well-Known Member

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    The entire itn interview was biased.

    Can't believe People associating with Barnsley are brazen enough to defend a Tory Leader..fs
     
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    I will criticise anyone I want and defend anyone I want, regardless of the colour of the rosette they are wearing.

    It's called thinking and making informed decisions.
     
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    She is fecking hopeless. Never seen a so called leader so ***** at every interview.
     
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    I'm not defending her, the article is a pile of sh1te, thats a fcuking fact.

    I'm a staunch labour, left wing individual. I also like to read facts or thought provoking material when it comes to my politics. The 'article' you've posted does not do any of that. I'm not protecting Teresa May, I'm attacking the sh1tty click bait material like you've just posted.

    Its the same material that attacks Labour leaders, so don't spread it, its a pile of unadulterated bum nut.
     
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    There was next to no article there. It was a video of part of the itn interview, part that wasn't shown on itn.
    Why comment on a fking irrelevance rather than what she's said in the interview.. fking left wing my aris
     
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    Why you numpty, Barnsley were a massive leave area, labour are **** so you have to hold your nose and vote elsewhere. Give it a rest dumbelina
     
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    Agreed. Im not a fan of hers by any stretch but she's clearly the kind of person who simply doesn't do those things so how can she answer it? And frankly I couldn't give a toss if she doesn't have much of a personality, if she spends every night alone at home with no friends. What I care about is how well she does her job not whether she likes romcoms and prosecco
     
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    Listen pal .. rather than slate folk like you usually do ..either stfu or respond to the topic.. gobshite
     
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    I actually think she answered that question rather well. I would imagine that being prime minister is all-consuming and that if you're serious about doing it, there isn't much time for anything else. And the aim to improve the lot of women who are not treated properly is one that surely no-one disagrees with. The reality may be different, but the aim can't be criticised. So I don't expect to see her down Barnsley Town Centre of a Friday night with her mates.

    I dislike that May states her other grand aims (building "a country that works for everyone") without following up with any action to bring them about. I dislike that she hasn't identified fully her own vision of how the brexit deal should look with any clarity, and then challenged her colleagues to defy her - as John Major did with his "back me or sack me" resignation and leadership contest. And I dislike that she appears always to be a reactor to events rather than a leader. But she took on the Police Federation rather like a Millwall fan in an alleyway, facing 1,000 other fans. And she worked long and hard to bring about the extradition of Abu Hamza - incidentally showing that that could be done within the existing extradition and human rights rules.

    What I'd personally like to see her do now is to show the courage to find a way out of the brexit mess, given that every credible economic analysis strongly suggests that the country will be poorer in any brexit scenario. If she fails to protect the economy by either preventing brexit going ahead or (far more likely) by ensuring the arrangements maintain the closest possible links with Europe, then her aims around social justice will never happen, and the NHS and other vital public services will be under further threat. To rely on the unstable Trump or the low wage economies of India, China etc for new trade deals will in my opinion further depress us as a country. And all of those alliances would require us to 'take rules' as part of any binding trade arbitration arrangements. To think that we can negotiate better trade arrangements as a nation of 65 million, rather than as part of an economic bloc of 511 million flies in the face of common sense, to my mind.
     
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    Same team as started against Cardiff on Saturday? Or Knasmuellner in for Gardner/Williams? Maybe give Jackson and Pinnock a go together at the back? And will the Pinillos/Fryers revolving door continue?
     
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    Agreed, Lindsay needs a rest.
     
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    major irony alert!!
     
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    There is an article, otherwise it would be a video on a page, which it’s obviously not.

    All I’m saying is the link is click bait, it’s not even a story.

    And yes I am a left wing labour voter.
     
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    I just did respond to the topic and you’re one to talk about slagging people off titty boy
     
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    Agree with all of that, and would add in that while as Home Secretary her failure to adopt any of the EU rules on FoM, such as the right to deport after 3 months for social policy, or reduce non-EU immigration were one of the big touchstone issues behind the Brexit vote. Her (and Amber Rudds) continued insistence that back doors into encryption are a "good thing" despite the potential to destroy the entire digital economy (and being completely impossible due to maths).

    Add into that a couple of iterations of the Investigatory Powers Act that were in breach of existing laws, and you didn't have a particular competent minister
     

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