How’s Call me Dave’s EU Renegotiation Going?

Posted: November 10, 2015 by tallbloke in Politics
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Comments
  1. tallbloke says:

    I shamelessly nicked and modified the top image from this article on Guido Fawkes website
    http://order-order.com/2015/11/10/cameron-wobbles-on-migrant-benefits/
    Sorry Guido.

    Then again, Guido has unashamedly nicked climate snippets off the Talkshop in the past, without attribution, so fair’s fair.

  2. tallbloke says:

    Didn’t they try that one on in 2010?
    “Aim to reduce annual net migration to the tens of thousands”

  3. tallbloke says:

    Fnar fnar.

  4. tallbloke says:

  5. Fanakapan says:

    What did you expect ?

    I suspect most voters already know which way they’ll be voting, and much of the propaganda coming from Nigel and Rees Mogg is not so much designed to change minds so much as to retain cohesion within their camp.

  6. oldbrew says:

    Call me Daft Dave is posturing again.

  7. Fanakapan says:

    Just read Hannan’s piece in the Torygraph, and what a ragbag of deception it is🙂

    Obviously he seems to be aiming for the UK adopting the same position with regard to the EU as that ‘Enjoyed’ by Norway and Switzerland. Which of course is likely to please no one as it amounts to only a slight reduction in club fee’s, and having to adhere to the rules of the club whilst having no say on the committee.

  8. Stephen Richards says:

    Cameron is the most amateurish négociateur, apart from Obama, of all the current world leaders, even the slimeball Juncker in brussels is better

  9. Adam Gallon says:

    He’s got no intention of having the UK leave the EUSSR, all piss, wind, smoke & mirrors. If he was serious, Article 50 would be invoked, then serious negotiations would start. He’ll get some “Promise”, the legacy media will whip up a FUD campaign & we’ll be told that there’s no need for a vote, as we’ve got what we want.

  10. tallbloke says:

    Adam, if Cameron called off the EUref at this point he’d lose half his own party now, and a shed load of seats to UKIP at the 2020 General election.

    Fanakapan, you’re right that many have already decided, but I think many Labour voters are open to being swayed. The Non-aligned grass roots organisations have the best chance of changing minds there.

    Stephen, Don’t underestimate Cameron, he’s a wily operator with experience, long service, and a lot of connections.