What IS this ‘important intervention’ coming from Theresa May on September 21?

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Round Four of the Brexit talks has apparently been pushed back a week because Theresa May is preparing to make an “important intervention”.

According to The Guardian:

The European parliament’s Brexit coordinator has predicted that Theresa May will make an “important intervention” later this month and that the next round of divorce negotiations could be delayed as a result.

Guy Verhofstadt’s comments come as expectation grows that the prime minister will make a speech on Brexit before the Tory party conference in October, which is expected to build on the position papers published over the summer.

The Belgian MEP said: “Apparently there will be an important intervention by the British prime minister in the coming days, it is foreseen on the 21 September,” and said that the fourth instalment of Brexit talks could be pushed back a week.

Others have different ideas:

That would be welcome, wouldn’t it? Especially so if bankers Morgan Stanley are right and the Conservative minority government is set to collapse in 2018 – due to in-fighting over Brexit.

Perhaps she’ll act to prevent such a collapse taking place and call a new general election?

Ha ha! Oh dear, what am I suggesting.

Of course she wouldn’t do that!

It would be in the national interest.


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10 thoughts on “What IS this ‘important intervention’ coming from Theresa May on September 21?

  1. NMac

    Whatever it is it will only be about the Tory Party – that’s all the whole stupid business of Brexit has ever been about.

  2. jill4gaza

    Since she’s sure she’ll be leading the ‘Government’ at least until the 2022 election, her ‘intervention’ must be intended to take over the (entire) parliamentary Labour party.

    1. hugosmum70

      OMG and i was happily sat here thinking it was at least 2020 when she will have to call an election. thinking when Cameron resigned she was only stepping into his shoes till 2020 like Brown did with Blair. i forgot about the farcical election where she only just won but with no proper lead and called on the irish lot to shore em up. was this why cameron resigned? he knew they would win by skin of their teeth…somehow.. hmmm pause for more thought.. i think we were had. this was on the cards all along.

  3. Florence

    If an election were announced on 21st September, would the Labour party conference go ahead? Not that I think it likely, but Corbyn & Labour will certainly benefit from the increased press during conference. Perhaps May is going to suspend Parliament and fulfil her desire to be an authoritarian despot? I think we should be told.

  4. Roy Beiley

    I could well be off the mark here but I think that she wants a cross-party group to take Brexit forward as DD is obviously a dud. She could spice up the arrangements by agreeing to pay the” Divorce Settlement” thereby giving Garnier a reason to progress the process with hopefully someone like Kier Starmer leading the discussions.
    Blue Sky stuff but it is the only way I can see of ever getting wheels on Brexit.

  5. Perry

    CAn you be contacted relating found evidence that jobs centers purposefully bully people. especially when we find evidence of thier and people plus wrong doing?

    I have a wealth of it and are now wanting to share and or shotgun it all over the internet. this includes records of staff attempting to stitch me up!

    please contact me

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Sure, just send it as a comment and mark “NOT FOR PUBLICATION” if you want to discuss it first. I’d want to see what the evidence was before getting into correspondence.

  6. Perry

    this relates to the hartlepool man that walked off into the sea after having is ESA stopped… fomr Fran heathcoat PCS. there is an active drive to get people off ESA who arnt fit for work and onto JSA… at a screening for I Daniel Blake October 2016… are you interested in any of this?

    cheers

  7. Barry Davies

    What is this divorce nonsense? I know the eu is behaving like a umped wife, but we are not married to it and we are not going to pay maintenance. So why does anyone bother what Verhofstadt says he is only a member of the “advisory” parliament and as such has no power anyway.

  8. hugosmum70

    i sincerely hope not…… there are enough countries with dictators as it is, where women n kids are being beheaded and burnt alive in one place in Burma i just read as well as killings by various other means in syria and other places.

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