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To think Teresa May has a cheek speaking out on Spain

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Viviennemary Fri 27-Oct-17 18:06:13

I think Teresa May has a cheek speaking out and saying the UK doesn't recognise this bid for independence. Who is she to speak on this without the approval of parliament and with her tiny majority. It's really quite annoyed me.

Sounds like she's trying to suck up to Spain . At least Jeremy Corbyn has spoken up against the violence from the Spanish police which I admire him for. It was like some third world dictatorship watching those police attacking civilians.

mountford100 Fri 27-Oct-17 18:12:24

You will find all the European Countries will back Spain here. I think its a case of backing the big boy over the little one sorry....

Viviennemary Fri 27-Oct-17 18:17:41

It does leave a sour taste that the EU with all their mealy mouthed Human Rights will not speak out against this shocking police violence. I am disgusted really. Spain is in a bad way with huge youth unemployment. I don't think people can be battered into submission by police batons. It's hardly the way of a so called civilised nation.

MuseumOfCurry Fri 27-Oct-17 18:19:18

Absurd. She'd profit enormously from developing a coherent line of thought every day before setting off to work.

ethelfleda Fri 27-Oct-17 18:20:09


user1482573375 Fri 27-Oct-17 18:27:10

Teresa May has every right to speak out, doesn't mean we have to like it. Corbyn was right to speak out, shame he and his minions haven't done the same regards Venezuela.

Nikephorus Fri 27-Oct-17 18:29:47

You will find all the European Countries will back Spain here.
This ^^ It's standard policy. It's not her personal view, it's not the Conservative view, it's the official line that any government would take regardless of party or leader.

mountford100 Fri 27-Oct-17 18:31:49

I know Nike.

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