Negotiation? Nah, it’s just pure theatre
FROM UKIP’S DEPUTY LEADER
migrant will have to take TWO British jobs to get by, and it will do nothing to help control our borders or see wages rise. Nice one David Camer-opportunity.
The full schools, the struggling hospitals, the housing crises? Not a word on them, nothing, nadda, zip, zilch.
News reports circulated that the meetings weren’t going well but he’s pulled a great deal out of the bag, with the Tory press office excitedly telling the media that David Sham-ron refused to give up his so-called “red lines”. letting agent? Or that he’d had a series of secret phone calls with the powers that be in Europe to work out a deal beforehand, and a series of theatrics that make him look good?
The second option will also make it look like the EU are listening, understand Britain and will compromise. That would help get the public onside to vote to stay in, wouldn’t it?
Yes, you’ve got it right – it’s the second one.
Cameron got us absolutely nothing because he didn’t really ask for anything.
Which is a sure sign he didn’t mean any of it, and just wanted to orchestrate a good bit of theatre.
This turns around my opening remark that if it wasn’t in the media it didn’t happen.
Because it was in the media – David Camer-opp made sure it was all over the media.
But take my word for it, the renegotiation never happened.