1. Why is it good for Britain to strike free trade deals with countries around the world but fine for us to risk losing the biggest one we've already got?
2. Why did she stress the importance of staying in the EU single market a year ago only to dismiss it as no big deal this year? We haven't had a referendum on that issue. Have the economic realities changed or the political calculations?
3. Why does she keep making statements on Brexit to the press but refuse to make them to the sovereign British parliament? Was all that stuff about regaining Parliamentary sovereignty merely propaganda?
4. Why is it good for Britain to become proudly independent of Europe but bad for Scotland to become proudly independent of England?
5. How is she going to protect UK agriculture from factory farmed mass production agricultural products produced in the US if she strikes a free trade deal with Donald Trump?
6. Was her Chancellor right to say that the UK could become a haven for rich tax avoiders and can anywhere outside of London survive and prosper if that's the strategy for making our living in the world?
7. Why is the UK economy still experiencing a balance of payments crisis despite the pound falling by 20%? What is she investing in to change this longstanding problem?
8. What is the point of reducing the number of foreign University students when each one earns us more foreign exchange than selling three cars abroad? Which of our industries are going to be damaged by losing immigrant labour that is difficult to replace? Who is going to look after our elderly and pay out more in taxes than they collect in services if we shut out young immigrants and elderly British people currently living in Europe are forced to return to get healthcare?
9. What regional strategy will replace the European Social Fund and Development Fund? How will this help areas like Stoke recover from decades of neglect?
10. Does she really believe that it is possible for the UK to have different tariffs with the rest of the world to those that apply within the EU and for there to be no tariff barrier between the EU and Britain? Does she not know that every importer will simply dodge EU tariffs by importing through Britain and that therefore the EU cannot possibly agree to this?
11. When she finally has an actual deal with the EU instead of promises will the British people be given a chance to vote on it in a General Election before that policy is imposed on us?
During the referendum campaign the British people were told that we could have millions more for the NHS, access to the EU free market, and a fair points based immigration system. Anyone who told us we would be rapidly leaving the Single Market or that we'd scrap workers rights or agricultural subsidies was rapidly ushered away from the spotlight. Now it appears that Mrs May thinks we all voted for leaving the customs union and letting Donald Trump trample over anything that stood in the way of him making ever larger profits. That is simply not a true reflection of the views of the vast majority of people in Britain. The referendum would have lost hands down if they had told us honestly that they wanted out of the single market so that they could impose Trump style policies.
Unless May can deliver us something that looks remotely like what we were actually promised before the referendum then the British people must be allowed to vote on the actual deal she is offering us. We have heard enough of politicians promises. We are entitled to insist on seeing the realities before we sign up to her far right vision of our future. A wafer thin majority in a referendum is not a mandate for this nonsense.