David Cameron Showing Signs Of Defeat?
posted by Paul Minter on 17 Jun 2016 at 1:02 pm
First we had David Cameron changing his mind and saying he won't resign as Prime Minister if Britain votes OUT of the EU, now we have him suggesting a second referendum if he doesn't get the result he wants. This should hardly inspire confidence in the remain camp.
I asked friends why top politicians would want to give their power away to Europe. The immediate reply was look at people like Niel Kinnock. As soon as they leave office they are given a much higher paid job in Europe and when they retire a huge pay off, all unelected.
Watch what the Conservative and Labour leaders and other top politicians do in the next few years. What the pay off from Europe is for their leading the remain in campaign.
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posted by Tony Rolt on 17 Jun 2016 at 5:34 pm
To those of us long enough in the tooth to understand the political mindset, the prospect of a grotesquely overpaid sinecure on the EU gravy train has always been the main driver behind the antics of those apparently so keen on this half baked self fulfilling shambles. Personally, I suspect Cameron and Osborne are closet outers at heart. But why would they want to queer such a juicy pitch that awaits them. After all, the Blair Peace Envoy route has been blown up for good. What else is there for them when they get booted out?
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