Ne­go­ti­a­tion? Nah, it’s just pure theatre

FROM UKIP’S DEPUTY LEADER

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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.

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