The PM is not happy with too much EU

mackerel no red herring

”The fact is the British people are not happy with what they have. And frankly neither am I. Put simply, for those of us outside the eurozone, far from being too little Europe there is too much of it.”

“Too much cost, too much bureaucracy, too much meddling in issues that belong to nation states or civil society or, indeed, individuals. Whole swathes of legislation covering social issues, working time and home affairs should, in my view, be scrapped.”

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/politics/4404503/PM-David-Cameron-hints-EU-referendum-poll-in-bid-to-head-off-Tory-revolt.html

Not in his ”deal”

– veto of EU financial services regulation
– reform of the Common Agricultural Policy
– Limit / cap to our EU contribution

Not his biggest flip flop that would be here. See how much has changed in 10 years. This was before Trojan horse. Before we were paying taxi drivers to rape children in our care. Lets be frank those ghettos are publicly sponsored council estates.

Other Quotes from the PM

”Of course Britain could make her own way in the world, outside the EU, if we chose to do so. So could any other Member State.”

”Alone, we would be free to take our own decisions”

”If we leave the EU, we cannot of course leave Europe. It will remain for many years our biggest market, and forever our geographical neighbourhood.”

Osborne : I say: we don’t want Britain. That means voting to remain.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/george-osborne-we-dont-want-farages-britain-0p7hzvj9l

http://www.georgeeustice.org.uk/news/fishing-industry-and-brexit

http://ffl.org.uk/

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/may/31/salt-in-their-veins-and-fire-in-their-bellies-fishermen-battling-for-brexit

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