Theresa May asked people on Facebook what they thought of her Brexit speech. It didn't go well

Jessica Brown@Jessica_E_Brown
Thursday 19 January 2017 09:45
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Following her first speech detailing the government’s plans for Brexit, Theresa May took to social networking site Facebook to ask people what they thought of her objectives.

They include; ending the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK, coming out of the EU's single market and pursuing a ‘bold and ambitious’ free trade agreement with the EU

But her question didn’t go down too well.

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Ritchie gave it to her straight:

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Others were a bit more positive:

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Caroline saw through May's Facebook foray:

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Some loved it so much they watched it three times:

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There was a lot of sarcasm, though:

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Others got tied up on the minor details:

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While one man saw the bigger picture:

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Not everyone fell for May's rhetoric:

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But forget Brexit, Terry called May out on her social media faux pas:

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