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First they ignore you, then they ridicule you …

How scared of UKIP are the Tories? With council elections tomorrow, Cameron is now rehashing the old lies about referendums, this time talking about (though not promising) one before the next general election.

He’d be better off drafting his letter of resignaton for Friday morning.

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  1. Pathetic dissembling by Cameron. In the negotiations that led to the coalition, the Tories vetoed the Lib Dem manifesto proposal for an in-out referendum.


    Oh, how easily the utter lies just roll from their lips

  3. I cannot imagine that anybody would really believe Camoron. The way that the Tories (and the other sections of the Lib/Lab/Con party), supported by the media, have slagged off UKIP over the past week surely does show they are truly rattled. Good.

  4. Cameron is a liar.


    In an article for the Sun on 26 September 2007, Cameron wrote: “Today, I will give this cast-iron guarantee: If I become PM a Conservative government will hold a referendum on any EU treaty that emerges from these negotiations. No treaty should be ratified without consulting the British people in a referendum.”

    William Hague, the shadow foreign secretary, abandoned this position today hours after Václav Klaus, the Czech president, signed the treaty. Hague said: “What has happened means it is no longer possible to have a referendum on the Lisbon treaty.”

    Barry Legg, co-chair of the Eurosceptic Bruges Group, said: “David Cameron needs to come clean with the British people: why is he breaking his pledge to hold a referendum on the Lisbon treaty?”

    The British will be fooled again, and again, and again until there are no British left to fool.

  5. What is really needed is an in-out referendum in every member state, held on the same day. They are all democracies (except Hungary) so what could they be afraid of? Let the people speak.

  6. I had a very lovely County Councillor come to see me on Monday, and there’s no doubt about it she works hard for the area, and like most women gets the job done. 🙂

    Anyway we had a good old chin wag and i told her that DC has lost all credibility over Europe, and whilst they may be doing some good stuff, the real problem is our involvement with the EU and the fact that overall we are getting screwed economically and socially.

    I believe UKIP is the best way forward for this country even though they have some daft policies and even dafter candidates. Our political system needs a thorough shakeup and I think Nigel Farage is the man to do it.

  7. – “too little too late”…

    What the hell is wrong with the word processing on WordPress?

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