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CBI/TUC joint letter to May

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maryeliza54 Thu 21-Mar-19 15:02:53

Says it all really. I can’t remember the last time the CBI and the TUC wrote a joint letter to a PM. I wonder how many days she’s got left? Will she go to church on Sunday as a PM?

ayse Thu 21-Mar-19 15:07:30

I never thought I’d see the day when the CBI and TUC were in agreement. At least they both have their priorities right.

The petition to revoke Article 50 is now over 1 million.

EllanVannin Thu 21-Mar-19 15:36:25

Even if it has taken them 2 years to sit up and take notice.
It was always in the interests of business and industry that we remained !!

Luckygirl Thu 21-Mar-19 15:59:47

I wonder whether any previous PM has received such a letter. However I doubt she will take a blind bit of notice - she is on a roll and happy to crash at the bottom of the hill.

ayse Thu 21-Mar-19 16:01:36

Taking us all with her!!

maryeliza54 Thu 21-Mar-19 16:23:08

And she and her well heeled chums will not suffer at all

varian Thu 21-Mar-19 16:32:44

I am pretty sure that either Frances O'Grady or Carolyn Fairbairn would have made a better PM than Theresa May.

maryeliza54 Thu 21-Mar-19 16:35:50

But that’s a pretty low bar tbf varian

Ginny42 Thu 21-Mar-19 16:38:40

I think she now has the best possible reason to backtrack without losing any more face. She simply says she's tried (Who could say she hasn't?) and she is prepared to listen and hand the decision back to the people.

varian Thu 21-Mar-19 19:49:42

Frances O'Grady and Carolyn Fairbairn were interviewed on Channel 4 news and were completely united in their view that a no-deal brexit would be utterly disastrous.

maryeliza54 Thu 21-Mar-19 20:03:31

And utterly grown up as well as seeming authentic