May insists Brexit deal will work in 'letter to nation'

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British Prime Minister Theresa May has written a 'letter to the nation', insisting her EU withdrawal agreement will work all of the people of the UK whether they voted 'Leave' or 'Remain'

 

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You have to give her credit she has some balls, Excuse the pun....

It doesn't or does it? As a Remainer it's better than no deal in the short term but not better than staying in the EU. For Leavers you'll be officially out of the EU which is the only thing you voted for on the ballot paper so what more could you ask for😂?

Brexit will mean many shortages but at least this letter will give us some toilet paper I suppose!

Whatever you think of her and what she stands for. You have to admire her stocism and staying the course.

If she means in the sense that their freedom of movement within Europe will be restricted or that they will be financially worse off, then yes, it will work of all of the people- this is bonkers stuff!

Amazing woman with so many foreign politicians working against her and so many of her own , I think TM has fought for her people with true grit especially as she didn’t create the mess but she stood by the decision of the people to leave the EU. I admire her

will work [for] all ?

This letter from theresa_may is utter desperation and is counter-productive. People are not stupid and know when they are being fed a load of bull. The best thing the PM can do for the country is resign.

She is bonkers

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