December 9th, 2011


  1. 1
    Guttah Pwess says:

    ‘e would say that though wouldn’t ‘e

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Absolutely right! Perhaps Uk should look westward towards the very successful North American Free Trade Agreement…

  3. 3
    Sean says:

    A small chink of light in the bleak mid winter. The eurocraps will be first in the lifeboats along with their pensions.

  4. 4
    Train Spotter says:

    Yes, he would. That’s because he knows what he’s talking about.

    It feels like all that talk of yesteryear – was it Masstricht or Lisbon – when the European-train was said to be “…leaving and we had to be on it or left on the platform to fail forever…” , like all those other duff countries like Switzerland and Norway.

    Can we get back on the platform now please? Then the train can steam off and crash without us.

  5. 5
    Well it's a thought says:

    Watching SKY before Malloch some idiot , he was all gloom and doom, he seemed to be trying to bury Britain for doing the dishonourable thing, wonder how many houses he has in Europe and I wonder if he was thinking his taxes would go up and not about Britain.

  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Have we had any reaction from a member of the distinguished Kinnock family yet? Expect the Beeb are getting a car round to Kinnock towers as I write.

    I business, it’s often the case that the very best deals for you are the ones you walked away from. Hard to do, but the right decision. The rose-tinted specs brigade of enthusiasts for joining in with everything in Brussels don’t understand this.

  7. 7
    Ed Miliband says:

    I don’t know what to do so I’m just going to say “Milly Dowler” today 1000 times as it makes me popular for some reason.

    By the way Steph Flanders was a crap shag, Ed Balls was better for both of us.

  8. 8
    SpAd says:

    Lefties have little concept of business – most of them have jobs which simply involve attending meetings about the distribution of money that isn’t their own. They don’t walk away from a bad deal, because the consequences of not doing so are never borne by them or their organisation.

    Their instinct is more collectivist – which is why they unfailingly group together lemming-like, even when the path clearly leads to disaster.

  9. 9
    Your Mum Was Right, You Know says:

    “If all the boys jumped off a bridge, would you do that too?”

  10. 10
    Agent X says:

    The train can leave…

    and it can take a couple of 100s of 1000s of illegals with it that sneak on the Belguim – Lille – London no passport checks express !!

  11. 11
    The healthy sceptic says:

    The “deal” will not solve the EU’s anaemic performance, or the severe liquidity problems of the Eurozone.

    Yet 23 of 27 of the country level political leaders in Europe are in favour of it.

    This indicates to me that 23 out of 27 countries have idiots in charge……

    Britain is better off isolated from such a grouping. Do not keep the company of idiots !!!!

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