For a bit of light-entertainment (it is not really funny) here is someone’s interpretation of Cameron’s nonsense rantings, worse Blair’s (the war-criminal) ever was. It is funny how the right and left in this country both vilify the EU, even if it were not for the EU, we would have USA labour relations and certainty no environmental protection.
TV’s news comedy show, Mock the Week, has a semi-regular and very funny segment involving Hugh Dennis and one of the other panelists. In this segment, the other panelist will read lines from a senior political figure while Hugh Dennis delivers his interpretation of what the politician really means.
I had the same feeling this morning as I watched David Cameron’s much-trailed speech on the EU. BBC News showed the speech in full, and afterward commentators made much of the obvious and very unsurprising points of the speech, namely that the speech was Cameron’s (rather desperate) attempt to defuse the threat from UKIP and his own backbenchers and to persuade europhobic voters to support him in the next general election by dangling the promise of an ‘in/out’ referendum in 2017.
Some also highlighted the obvious fact that by cravenly giving a 2017 date for the referendum, he was condemning…
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