Friday, July 20, 2012

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David Cameron has been accused of weakening Britain’s negotiating position by ruling out ever campaigning for withdrawal from the European Union.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph published yesterday, Mr Cameron was asked if he could ever envisage campaigning as Prime Minister for Britain to leave the EU.

He replied: “I don’t think we should leave the EU. But I think we should be, over time, seeking a new settlement and receiving a new mandate for that settlement.” Leaving, he said, “would be bad for Britain”.

Con man CamEUron


Blogger Mr. Morden said...

The operative word in that sentence is 'settlement' - look it up under English Law.

What he seeks to do is create and secure is the right to take what ever action he or his successors think is in the the best interests of th UK.

"So sir, how would you like your Euro's, in tens or twenties ?"

10:10 am  
Blogger Anoneumouse said...

No sir, the operative word is 'mandate' of which he has non.

The 'People' are the only entity to know what is in the best interests of the uk.

No Referendum no Mandate

10:31 am  
Blogger Edward Spalton said...

Mr. Morden,
The trouble is that it's never a "settlement" because the EU is always work in progress, moving to "ever closer union".

Mr Wilson tried this trick successfully in 1975. I have the leaflets from the referendum campaign. He claimed he had conducted a "fundamental renegotiation" and asked people to support "Britain's New Deal in Europe"

The old tricks are always the good ones and those that worked once will be tried again.

Of course, as a member of the EU, a country can no more "renegotiate" its relationship than my foot can renegotiate a new relationship with my head.

8:30 am  
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