Deborah Orr

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If the prime minister knows what she’s doing, she is doing it awesomely well. But what is it all for?I just don’t know what to make of Theresa May, and I’m not the only one. In early January, the Economist dubbed her “Theresa Maybe: Britain’s indecisive premier.” Two months onand an editorial this week describes her as: “Monarch of all she surveys.” The pertinent change during this period has been May’s adoption of hard Brexit, which no one could claim as indecisive. But “Monarch of all she surveys?” Still, May does seems fairly sensible. Indeed, she appears to be constructed entirely from steely pragmatism. If you presume that she knows what she’s doing, then she’s doing it awesomely well. May has total control of the Conservative party. If a word is ever said against her, by anyone, it’s about trousers.feedback
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Mar 03 2017 Brexit
Deborah Orr has most recently been quoted in an article called Theresa May’s pointless supremacy. Deborah Orr said, “If the prime minister knows what she’s doing, she is doing it awesomely well. But what is it all for?I just don’t know what to make of Theresa May, and I’m not the only one. In early January, the Economist dubbed her “Theresa Maybe: Britain’s indecisive premier.” Two months onand an editorial this week describes her as: “Monarch of all she surveys.” The pertinent change during this period has been May’s adoption of hard Brexit, which no one could claim as indecisive. But “Monarch of all she surveys?” Still, May does seems fairly sensible. Indeed, she appears to be constructed entirely from steely pragmatism. If you presume that she knows what she’s doing, then she’s doing it awesomely well. May has total control of the Conservative party. If a word is ever said against her, by anyone, it’s about trousers.”.
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