UKIP rising to 8% in the polls, or David Cameron selling out Britain?
The eurosceptic trend is clear to see and is not going away. The Daily Express started running its quit-the-EU campaign, which has been mirrored to some extent by The Daily Mail. The Lib Dems, the most strongly pro-EU party, are disintegrating. UKIP are booming. It’s bound to be having an effect on the two bigger parties.
If only their posturing is seen to become a little more sceptic than it has been, especially Labour. They are in opposition, where parties traditionally always claim to be eurosceptic with little danger of their falsehoods being put to the test.
This from Open Europe –
Writing on his Telegraph blog on Thursday, Peter Oborne argued that Labour may be reassessing its approach to Europe. Oborne argued that “By demanding that the clear bulk of the [bailout] financing should come from the eurozone, [Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor] has also signalled that he is ditching New Labour’s long-term and very public strategy of co-operation with Europe.” Although the Labour party is still far from anti-EU, Oborne suggested that it is more eurosceptic that at any point over the past two decades, and that this approach may give the coalition government more strength to speak out against EU policies.
Another smack on the mouth appears due to this latest ”eurosceptic” political chancer, as in the picture above…at the very least.
The Sun newspaper is yet another rag trying to climb on board the success being enjoyed by The Daily Express. Sorry, Trevor, only EU exit will cut it with the readers these days.
Talk of adjustment to policy is just more of the same kind of waffle we’re entirely sick of.
If it’s ”Get Out” you want to say, Express it – or stop wasting our time…
As for Bilderberger Balls, the central bankers’ placeman who ensured Britain’s debts keep piling up year on year, next time he opens his lying mouth, the blow should be delivered to the more appropriate place.