Theresa Not Green




Theresa May Unlikely To Address Irish Parliament (BBC)

38 thoughts on “Theresa Not Green

  1. Vote Rep #1

    What is she going to say? Brexit will be great but no I will not be taking questions as I don’t know the answers. We haven’t got beyond out means out as a policy yet.

    1. Charger Salmons

      If TM wanted to speak directly to the Irish government she’d contact Angela Merkel.
      Wahaay !

  2. ivan

    Why would she want to? Brexit’s the elephant in the room, I think the world and its spouse/life-partner know that it’ll have no upside for Ireland, and probably plenty of downside. If she addresses the Dail, she has to acknowledge this, and she has to acknowledge just how unprepared her government is for it.

    She’d be daft to go within an asses roar of the Dail; heck she’s daft to be even coming here. I don’t mean that she’s unwelcome – i’m all for good relations with The Neighbours but you just know she’s not going to be drawn on anything of any consequence close to a live microphone.

    1. Brother Barnabas


      And if our government need her to tell us how fupped we’re going to be, things are even worse than they seem.

      1. bisted

        …yeah…maybe I’ll just stck to counting the dead sheep I’ve been savaged by on Broadsheet…

  3. dav

    has somebody not explained to him that Ireland is a corrupt backwater at the arse-end of the EU and not the centre of the universe

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      You know what? Every country is corrupt. I HATE THIS COUNTRY, IT’S SO CORRUPT! So you up and leave and go to, erm, where? The world stinks. We’re actually not so bad here, given what we’re looking at in the news.

    2. Sparks

      I used to think Ireland was a corrupt backwater, run by largely incompetent and slightly corrupt eejits. But looking at Theresa May and that American chap, and their grinning associates, I now realise that (by comparison) Ireland’s rulers are intellectual giants with a genuine interest in the future of the country and the wider world.

      1. classter

        I sort of agree, Sparks.

        All the absoute bullsh!t in the UK makes our parochial, petty-minded system look amazing.

  4. some young queen

    it’s almost as if the irish government is an unimportant non-entity on the global politic stage

  5. Spaghetti Hoop

    Kneejerk tweet. I’m pretty sure Ireland is part of May’s agenda for 2017, once Storming install and brief the relevant (and new) office-holders. Remember folks (in private companies), these things take time in public office. Windows 7 needs to be installed to synchronize meeting invites.

  6. Kenny Plank

    In fairness, she’d have a hard time finding a slot when the Dail was actually open and not on holidays.

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