June 12th, 2014

Sham Tory Europe Bill Back

Here we go again. Having sacked him at the last reshuffle, the luck of the draw means that Dave is going to be very nice about Bob Neill now. The Bromley MP has agreed to take on the Wharton Bill mantel as the highest ranking Tory in the Private Members Bill ballot:

“One of the first votes I ever cast was on EU membership  in the 1970’s . Now as I pick up my bus pass I am getting the chance to work with colleagues to  secure a referendum for the British people. Britain needs a new deal with Europe and the Conservatives have a plan for change in Europe – renegotiate, reform and put the deal to the British people in an in-out referendum by the end of 2017. Parliament now has the chance to pass my backbench bill and guarantee that the British people have the final say.”

If Cameron had really wanted to lock a referendum into law he could have exercised his authority over the LibDems and put it in the Queen’s Speech last week, forcing the other two parties to vote against it. Nick Clegg is hardly in any position to complain after his Europe-specific drubbing at the ballot box earlier this month. Let the spin begin.


96 Comments

  1. 1
    Piece says:

    Mantel?

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        Mr Woy says:

        With half a brain and who wasn’t an automatic ethnic arse kisser,

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        Trojan Christian Horse says:

        Of course, how silly to think otherwise, it was not the Islamification of the UK by Labour that has caused this Trojan Horse nonsense.
        The real problem apparently, according to the BBC, is that radical schooling is much more of a Christian thing and they even prove it with comparing what happened at Victory School Btah, (which closed down 14 years ago). Funny thing is I have not heard of any o those ex-Victory pupils flying planes into sky scrapers, practicing FGM, establishing Shia areas in London, killing any soldier on our streets. Jeremy Vine even mentioned it on his show on Radio 2 today, so it must be true.

        http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-27681560

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      WELL SAID GEEDO....You won't hear it on the BBC though says:

      If Cameron had really wanted to lock a referendum into law he could have exercised his authority over the LibDems and put it in the Queen’s Speech last week,

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      • 25
        Maximus says:

        instead of scheduling it for after he’s gone. In the meantime, if the Scotch vote for independence, will the Dozy Dormouse implement an answer to the Lothian Question and a final solution to the Barnett Formula consistent with it?

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        • 53

          An “aye” vote will satisfactorily answer both the West Lothian question and the £1200 pa benefits bribe paid to the Scots for being a drag on the British economy. Why do you think that in what is supposed to be a union of equals, only the minority were allowed a vote on the Act of Settlement, 1704? If all of Britain voted, the “yes” result would be a foregone conclusion.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            M’yes – 92% of those equally directly affected by the outcome of an independence referendum for Scotland are to be disenfranchised – but to Alex Salmong this is perfectly acceptable and truly democratic.

            All the uncertainty this chod is causing has seriously buggered up my work this year, what with most of the North Sea operators sitting on infrastructure investment until they know which way the wind has blown.

            That and a first quarter spent with near continuous gales and other shi’ite weather.

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          Anonymous says:

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        NEWSFLASH!! BBC ‘ANY QUESTIONS’ TO DEBATE PASSPORTS FOR FREEDOM FIGHTERS THIS EVENING!! says:

        The Biased Bullshit Corpse is deeply concerned that Passport Delays may interrupt the steady flow of British Freedom Fighters to ISIS.
        Tune in as we broadcast a deeply skewed and Lefty ‘take’ on the issues.
        Meanwhile Tweet / text us with YOUR partisan and pinko opinions from the safety of your gated ‘communities’ in North London.

        Love and deep penetrations from the ga guys at the Brilliant BBC!!!

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      • 78

        Anyway did I not read in this blog or elsewhere tbat by autumn this year (owing to some soon to be implemented imbecilic sub treaty or other we signed up to) we will be so far ensconced up the EU sphincter canal that by 2017 it will be IMPOSSIBLE for any EU member state to have
        a referendum on anything without the QMV of the Council of Ministers …………. who will simply deem any plebiscite or other action they do not agree with …..illegal .

        So it s all posturing anyway and Cammo full well knows it … that s why he s so …” relaxed” about it ( as in Frankie Goes to Hollywood …he s merrily cumming all over us.)

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    • 38
      UKIPPER says:

      On the 1st November 2014 the right of Parliament to legislate over us in 43 areas, the important ones, will be removed and be made subject to approval. They call it QMV, Qualified Majority Voting.

      Each member State will lose it right of Veto over these areas, so Cameron’s idea of negotiation to recover any areas goes out the window at the same time.

      The following areas of competence will switch from requiring unanimous approval of all member states to qualified majority voting only:

      Initiatives of the High Representative for Foreign Affairs – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Administrative co-operation – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Asylum – Nice: QMV; Lisbon: QMV
      Border controls – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Citizens’ initiative regulations – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Civil protection – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Committee of the Regions – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Common defence policy – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Crime prevention incentives – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Criminal judicial co-operation – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Criminal law – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Culture – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Diplomatic & Consular protection – Nice: Unanimity Lisbon: QMV
      Economic & Social Committee – Nice: QMV Lisbon: QMV
      Emergency international aid – Nice: Unanimity Lisbon: QMV
      Energy – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      EU budget – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Eurojust – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      European Central Bank – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      European Court of Justice – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Europol – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Eurozone external representation – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV

      Foreign Affairs High Representative election – Lisbon: QMV
      Freedom of movement for workers – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Freedom to establish a business – Nice: Unanimity Lisbon QMV
      Freedom, security, justice, co-operation & evaluation – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Funding the Common Foreign & Security Policy – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      General economic interest services – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Humanitarian aid – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Immigration – Nice: QMV; Lisbon: QMV
      Intellectual property – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Organisation of the Council of the EU – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Police co-operation – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      President of the European Council election – Lisbon: QMV
      Response to natural disasters & terrorism – Lisbon: QMV
      Rules concerning the Armaments Agency – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Self-employment access rights – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Social Security Unanimity – Nice: QMV; Lisbon: QMV
      Space – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Sport – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Structural & Cohension Funds – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Tourism – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Transport – Nice: Unanimity; Lisbon: QMV
      Withdrawal of a member state – Lisbon: QMV

      A brief review of the Treaties confirms the Transitional arrangements which allow, only on specific votes, for the Nice Treaty Provisions to apply from 1st November 2014 until March 2017, hence I imagine PM David Cameron’s determination to delay our referendum beyond that date, tying Britain for ever within the non-democratic, totalitarian and now clearly despotic EU.

      For your reference, if anyone interested in the Treaty Articles behind this change, here is the legal bit.

      http://grahnlaw.blogspot.co.uk/2009/07/eu-…voting-qmv.html

      Now you can see why voting UKIP is vital

      Withdrawal of a member state – Lisbon: QMV this one means that the results of a referendum will be ignored and that is why Cameron is promising one, he knows it is meaningless

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      • 57
        Flaming Torches R Us says:

        So wtf will they do when we just take our ball (and wallet) home and walk away?

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      • 79

        Thanks ukipper I had not got to your post prior to my intervention above .

        This was precisely what I was referring to .

        I yhink they omitted Withdrawal Plebiscite from the list but that s hidden in the small print somewhere !

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      • 87
        Max says:

        It looks like I’llhave to get my pitchfork out and march on london

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      • 94
        Spartacus says:

        Looked this up BUT :

        Grahnlaw

        Euroblog: Legal adviser and public speaker Ralf Grahn writes about EU law and politics.

        Sorry, the page you were looking for in this blog does not exist.

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    • 68
      Anonymous says:

      Tory Eton Voting Song

      Jolly voting weather
      We are all Europhiles
      We’re very clever
      And lie to you all the while
      You fell for our promise especially the CAST IRON trick
      We’re all from Eton, and you lot are all too thick.

      Regarding our expenses
      We will fill our boots
      We know you don’t like it
      But we don’t give two hoots
      If we get found out we will not shed a tear
      We’ll still be MPs on £60 odd grand a year

      If you think I’ll claim back powers,
      You haven’t got a clue
      We’ll hand the UK to Merkle,
      There is nothing that you can do
      No referendums Changes through on the nod
      I am the PM and I’m a duplicitous sod

      As for immigration
      I know it gets on your tits
      We will flood the nation
      And pay their benefits
      We are from Eton; and we are the ruling class
      If you don’t like it, you can just kiss my a***

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  2. 2
    still walking into darkness says:

    Liblabcon are just simply doomed. No-one in the public gives a monkey’s about private members bills, comes across as just some silly elites pretending to care and no-one’s buying it.

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  3. 3
    SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    I have a piece of paper signed by Senhor Barrosso………………..

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      A Clumsy Man with a special kind of ineptness says:

      I have a piece of paper and it’s got all these brown marks on it?

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        Nurse in CurrrrCuddeeeee Secure Unit for Morally Insane Lunatics says:

        Gordon!!! put that paper in the toilet!!! and wash you r hands ready for lunch!! – oh no! – it’s all under your nails!! Freda . . . put Gordo’s dinner in the oven will you – this will take a while – and his got shit in his hair as well!

        Gordo! – how could you??!! – we’ve already done this once this morning!

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  4. 4
    James says:

    They really don’t do themselves any favours, cant they just stick to the script?

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    “Nick Clegg is hardly in any position to complain”

    Honestly don’t understand why you actually think this. Given you have a modicum of intelligence, one has to assume you are just lying.

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      Just ask me a Yes/No question every 5 years and we'll call that Democracy says:

      Oh, I think you know full-well what he means. The term ‘Referendum’ puts the willies up Westminster, because it circumnavigates their little vested interests. Clegg is a Political ‘Tot Man Walking’. Pushing him into his own little EU corner in Parliament would only reinforce that. He’s not a Democrat, au contraire, he’s a Liberal Dictator.

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  6. 9

    Dave couldn’t find his arsehole with a mirror at the end of a stick!

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    And how many lost a job Claire? says:

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  8. 12
    Major Fuckup says:

    There are only three certainties in life Death,Taxes and never being allowed to leave the EU.
    That’s a LibLabCon and media circus promise.

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    • 36
      Tin Foil Hat says:

      Apparently the deal for economic and political union was done after World War Two, but it was agreed to do it gradually so as not to frighten the ordinary citizens.

      …the big debate since the ending of WW2 was not “Should there be a united Europe” but was “We are having a united Europe. Do we have it overnight, unification in a short space of time? Or do we do it gradually, integrating the institutions and organisations so that it ‘creeps up’ on the electorate?” The answer that the higher powers gave was “gradually”.

      So there it was. The consultations, talks, referenda etc etc were all show. It was already planned by the powers-that-be, that Europe would be a united super-state irrespective of the will or wishes of the people.

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      • 60
        Flaming Torches R Us says:

        But, as has been shown recently, there are far more people that EU politicians and bureaucrats, so that lot in Brussels had better be looking over their shoulders all the time – while we all do a survey of where the best walls are to found.

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        UKIPPER says:

        Did you know as far back as 1950s Jean Monnet one of the founder of the EU said:
        “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super state without their peoples knowing what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federalism.”
        Did you know The Maastricht Treaty of 1993 signed by John Major and Francis Maude made all of us, including the Queen, citizens of the EU? this could have been deemed an act of treason by any who sign it and Norris McWhirter exercised his right as a private citizen in taking Hurd and Maude to court for treason. The Attorney General in the Conservative government exercised his power to take over any private citizen’s right to go to law and thus ended the treason procedure about Hurd and Maude.
        And we live in a free and democratic society – right!
        This is one of the many reasons why I will be voting UKIP!

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    Fixed says:

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      Thats a face a bloke pulls when he gets socks for christmas says:

      Chuka doesn’t look too pleased about drawing an African nation to win the world cup.
      Is he racist?

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    FrankFisher says:

    A sham commitment to a non-binding referendum. Cameron’s just a troll.

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      Toff-Off says:

      Cameroon and the rest of his euro cronies make you feel sick… awful people with no real backbone and crappy genetics.

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  11. 17
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    ” Let the spin begin”

    I take it that you are referring to the Lords Test Match.

    England are on the rack as per usual.

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    • 19
      Patrick O'Flynn says:

      Not sure what’s going on here. Umpire Bill* B*wden fiddles with Ian Bell’s collar like a mother fussing over a child. Lord’s now so warm that members of the crowd are seeking any means of shade – hats, towels, newspapers. That Gary Balance back-and-across trigger is very noticeable, he ends up miles back in his crease. Nudge for one, with Bell then turning Eranga off his hips for a couple. This repair-job of a third-wicket stand is now worth 43.

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    Persona non grata says:

    Cameron is so deceitful he must be stopped! From 1st November 2014 under the LISBON TREATY, the right of our parliament to legislate in these following listed areas will be removed. The EU can pass its own legislation by ” qualified majority voting” (QMV).
    We will not be able to veto anything not in our National interest. Sovereignty gone !
    There will be a mechanism allowing “transitional arrangements”
    up to March 2017 ONLY. Cameron has been careful to say that the promise on an
    in/out Referendum will not be before 2017 by which time the below powers will
    be out of our reach to alter. Look at the last competence. It says “WITHDRAWAL OF A MEMBER STATE”.
    Ask yourself, if we have already given away the right of withdrawal from the EU by March 2017, will a referendum at the END of 2017, if resulting in a withdrawal vote, is likely to happen. Cameron will be able to say, “Sorry guys! I can’t do anything about it… the rest of the EU under QMV will not allow us to leave.
    1. Initiatives of the High Representative for Foreign Affairs
    2. Administrative co-operation
    3. Asylum
    4. Border controls
    5. Citizens’ initiative regulations
    6. Civil protection
    7. Committee of theRegions
    8. Common defence policy
    9. Crime prevention incentives
    10. Criminal judicial co-operation
    11. Criminal law
    12. Culture
    13. Diplomatic & Consular protection
    14. Economic & Social Committee
    15. Emergency international aid
    16. Energy
    17. EU budget
    18. Eurojust
    19. European Central Bank
    20. European Court of Justice
    21. Europol
    22. Eurozone external representation
    23. Foreign Affairs High Representative election
    24. Freedom of movement for workers
    25. Freedom to establish a business
    26. Freedom, security, justice, co-operation & evaluation
    27. Funding the Common Foreign & Security Policy
    28. General economic interest services
    29. Humanitarian aid
    30. Immigration
    31. Intellectual property
    32. Organisation of the Council of the EU
    33. Police co-operation
    34. President of the European Council election
    35. Response to natural disasters & terrorism
    36. Rules concerning the Armaments Agency
    37. Self-employment access rights
    38. Social Security Unanimity
    39. Space
    40. Sport
    41. Structural & Cohesion Funds
    42. Tourism
    43. Transport
    44. Withdrawal of a member state

    H/T Rose Rush.

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    • 47
      EU leave if EU want to says:

      So this is why last year he has “promised” a Referendum in 2017.

      Sneaky fucking c’unt!

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    • 61
      Flaming Torches R Us says:

      Treaties are merely bits of paper. Despite the writing on them (and the crayon marks of certain politicians), there is NOTHING to stop us simply walking away if it suits us.

      Do you think the Germans and possibly the French would stay in if it wasn’t all to their advantage? In fact, the best thing Merkel can do for her people is to walk away from the entire project and let it implode all by itself.

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    • 74
      Shitehawk says:

      This is the best news that Nigel Farage could have. It will secure a massive GE vote for him if he can bring it to the voters attention.

      With reference to the Scottish referendum, Cameron said, rightly, “You can’t hold a people against their will”.

      Interesting times we live in.

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    • 83
      Maimed Codger says:

      Is this the slight of hand that Dave used last time, he said he would give us a referendum, only it was not the right time… as any woman will know… there is never a right time to leave, you just have to do it….

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  13. 21
    Nick Clegg says:

    i have looked at the terrible defeats my party has suffered and seen the results from the Euope debates I lost against Nigel Farage.

    And I have been forced to draw the conclusion that we Liberals are just not getting our pro-Eu message across.

    Our message about greater EU integration and more bureaucracy isn’t wrong. It’s just not being heard properly.

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      Pick litter for bennies says:

      “Our message about greater EU integration and more bureaucracy isn’t wrong. It’s just not being heard properly.”.Yvette Cooper said the same thing the other day.I would have more respect for them if they said “we believe in greater EU integration and more laws from Brussels not that we could stop it anyway,and as for EU nationals flooding our country that’s what’s keeping your wages low.So it’s win win all round .Vote for us”.And some will!.

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  14. 23
    the real Peter H'tchens says:

    I said it before and I’ll say it again: Cameron hates most of the members of his own party.

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    • 48
      Mycroft says:

      Hitchens has a point but he made it in a clumsy way.

      The reality is that both Lab and Con have a core vote that won’t vote any other way than they have for donkeys years.

      So both parties can treat with CONTEMPT their core vote and the mission is to gain more voters from from other ‘types’.

      Labour has been more successful in this in the past as they stole votes for their 1997 campaign.

      It is the same game, the targets have changed slightly.

      The problem for both parties is that UKIP is taking this core each of the others back door.

      As Lab and Con vie for this ‘additional’ vote to add to their core vote, their core vote is being taken away.

      This is what Hitchens was trying to convey, but having spent so much time being ‘clever’ and appearing to be iconoclastic rather than straight talking he made a bit of a tit of himself.

      The irony is that he to some extent epitomises the sort of ‘Urban Smart-Arse’ that is losing it’s appeal.

      Talk straight… this is what he should have said and it would have had a greater impact:- “Cameron is taking his traditional supporters for granted and ignoring them, he is in hot pursuit of other voters and will do all he can to get them. He and the rest of the party has long thought the core voters to be sheep and can pay them no heed at all’

      There, isn’t that so much clearer, there is no need to ‘intellectualise’ it.

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  15. 27
    Guy News Room says:

    The Ministry of Defence has announced 1,060 armed forces redundancies in its fourth and final round of cuts.

    As a result, 995 service personnel will leave the Army, 10 will go from the Royal Navy and 55 from the RAF.

    Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said the cuts – part of the government’s Strategic Defence and Security Review, called Army 2020 – “were unavoidable,as long as Prime Minister Cameron is pre-occupied with buttock sex,rather than the real issues facing this country”

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  16. 28
    Grim Reaper says:

    Lovin’ your promo work cancer pimp Guido.
    See you soon kids.

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  17. 29
    Owen Jones says:

    Imagine you opened up the sun and there was a man with his erect penis on page 3. That’s the kind of world I want to live in.

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    • 39
      There's Rooney for a start says:

      You want to see pricks?go to the back page

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    • 42
      Owen Jones's Mum says:

      Owen, you shouldn’t sit next to those sort of people on the bus if you don’t want someone’s cock in your newspaper

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  18. 31
    Sarah Millington says:

    Dave just cannot help shooting himself in the face.

    He should just come out of the closet – he loves the EU, it in his DNA as a workshy parasite.

    Excellent that Dave is keeping up the great work for UKIP.

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  19. 34
    Nigel Farage says:

    New UN General Assembly President: Homosexual behaviour should be kept behind closed doors http://p.ink.cx/1v30R1k

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  20. 35
    c777 says:

    What do these dates mean to you?
    Nov 2014.
    March 2017?
    Well on March 2017 we will be full members of the European superstate, Bliar signed that one off in 2008.
    So sorry Dave, your pants are on fire.
    The referendum MUST occur before March 2017
    You know this don’t you Dave?

    http://openeuropeblog.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/lisbon-treatys-ticking-time-bomb.html

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  21. 37
    Anonymous says:

    Mantle

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  22. 44
    Techno-disco-Fever says:

    In, out, in out… do the hokey Cokey…

    but we never will leave the dance
    (we wont be allowed to)

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    • 62
      Flaming Torches R Us says:

      Bullshit. They can’t stop us if we want to go.

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      • 69
        Mycroft says:

        We will be asked to vote again to ‘get it right’ if we vote out.

        If in the first vote we go for ‘Out’ the run up to the second will be a wondrous affair, full of scare tactics.

        The ultimate scare will be used, it will be that the threat that the ruling party will resign if we vote ‘Out’ a second time.

        This is a genuine, discussed and accepted course of action for both parties.

        These two main parties have been and are still occasionally discussing this route, they are prepared to put in jeopardy the recovery to get what they want in favour of what we want.

        They do this knowing full well the effect on the markets and the serious dent in peoples lives, but the stakes are high and they will do this.

        It is one of the reasons that voting for either main party is a wasted vote.

        But…

        If we vote ‘Out’ the second vote will be tampered with.

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        • 81

          I wonder if the Scots will be asked (arsed?) to vote again if they vote to stay IN!!

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          • Mycroft says:

            The Scots vote is a conundrum… they want separation from the UK but want to continue the course with the EU.

            This opportunism in my opinion, it stems from the belief that the Scots can garner even greater hand-outs from the EU than the UK.

            A Yes vote is not about anything more than the desire to change benefactors.

            A No vote is a vote for the bird in hand rather than the two in the bush.

            That’s the reality, it is nothing more than that.

            I’d like vote too, it’d be Yes all day long.

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  23. 51
    SHAM 69 says:

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  24. 52
    anon says:

    Do you believe Cameron? I know I don’t, infact the only thing I know for sure about Dave is that he’s a specialist in talking out of his arse.

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    • 63
      Joe Public who will continue to Vote for UKIP ORG at May 2015 GE says:

      And all he spews out 24/7 is mendacity & manipulation………

      He is an Old Etonian Bullington Toff who believes the divine

      right handed down from on high to his ruling elite alone which

      the filthy stinking smelly masses have no right to question &

      will never be allowed.

      This is edict the ConsLieLaborLebDims Anti-Democracy all

      support for there own nefarious ends & they call it Democracy !!!!!

      VOTE UKIP on Thursday 7 May 2015 GE for real change ……….

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  25. 59
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loony, closet racist, crank and gadfly says:

    ‘If Cameron had really wanted to lock a referendum into law he could have exercised his authority over the LibDems and put it in the Queen’s Speech last week, forcing the other two parties to vote against it. Nick Clegg is hardly in any position to complain after his Europe-specific drubbing at the ballot box earlier this month.’

    The proven Europhile liar won’t force the other 2 to vote against as all 3 of them are up to their EU loving necks in it together. He’d rather let Britain be fully consumed by the socialist clusterfuck than improve the chances of his party winning an overall majority at the GE. Cameron? Conservative? Yeah, right. What’s truly shocking is his so called Eurosceptic backbenchers and activists out in the country (yep, there’s still some left but they’ll see the light eventually) sit idly by while he destroys the party they’re supposed to love.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.
    Vote LibLabCon, get EU.

    That’s the stark choice, over to you Britain.

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  26. 70
    Ippikin says:

    Couldn’t agree more.
    Even emailed Cameron to suggest just that, although from slightly different viewpoint which was; yes it will be wrecked, but at least the electorate would know he was deadly serious about a referendum.
    As to be expected, no acknowledgement and no reply.

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  27. 72
    Cynic2 says:

    Cameron looks like an extra from Ripper Street – the type who is gruesomely murdered after 15 minutes

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  28. 75
    Hugh Janus says:

    “One of the first votes I ever cast was on EU membership in the 1970′s .”

    You must be very special to have been able to have voted on EU membership, then, sunshine – everyone else voted on whether or not to remain part of a free trading bloc called the EEC.

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  29. 82
    Maimed Codger says:

    Judge the man by what he does, not what he says… to date, all talk and No Do.

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  30. 85
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    Dave has no friends in Europe so his chances of negotiating meaningful change are zilch.

    A lot of the EU are factoring in a UK exit.

    When this happens Calais and other ports will not be so secure.

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  31. 86
    Oh no it's Ed Milliband says:

    A couple of years ago I emailed The Conservative party to tell the what I thought of dodgy Dave and that my vote was going to be for UKIP.
    Since then, I keep getting emails from them thanking me for my support and how they appreciate all the hard work I do for them.
    Daft buggers!

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  32. 95
    John Tandy says:

    Why didn’t he ?

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  33. 96
    esta says:

    and enter the futurreee haha

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