‘Heart and Soul?’ A Cast-Iron Crawl in Brussels!

Even the Guardian’s best efforts at gloss can’t conceal the betrayal. 

In a surprising win for Cameron, only one euro ‘out’ will be able to force a debate among EU leaders about ‘problem’ eurozone laws. Other EU leaders agreed to this because neither the UK, nor any other country, would have a veto. The tactic can be used to delay, but not to stop eurozone laws. David Cameron’s EU deal: what he wanted and what he got …

Some ‘Win!’

He ‘wins’ the right to argue with those who retain the right to ignore whatever argument he offers!


Cameron will put ‘heart and soul’ into staying in EU after sealing deal

That second Guardian report merely makes us ask how Cast-Iron feels able to put his ‘soul’ into a sell-out campaign after having sold it so cheaply.

But the Financial Times tells colourful tales of his pathetic performance, currying favour after he’d tucked into a light mango mousse with caramelised pineapple.   http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/6182b06c-d6f5-11e5-829b-8564e7528e54.html

Maybe a mess of pottage would have been more appropriate!

A mess of pottage is something immediately attractive but of little value taken foolishly and carelessly in exchange...

But then what the clown has got is not even immediately attractive!

Not that other senior Tories are notably more principled than he.

Speaking of a mess…

An urgent meeting at Number 10 was scheduled for Wednesday morning. Mr Johnson turned up wearing what appeared to be a Tube driver’s hat and a rucksack gaping open…


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  • Tory Eurosceptics pondered whether Mr Johnson — whose term ends in May — would trade his support for a plum cabinet job, foreign secretary perhaps,
  • As for courage, Cameron’s is endless. The FT report is both hilarious and so telling.
    The prime minister has repeatedly declined an invitation from Martin Schulz, the German social democrat and parliament’s president, to speak at the assembly. “You’d just end up with people holding up placards and shouting at him,” says one Cameron ally.
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  • But it seems that Cameron crawled for support- his grovel included taking Mr Schulz to the Waterloo memorial in London, or giving Belgian premier Charles Michel a Beatrix Potter collection of books for his newborn daughter…

So said the FT, but the Guardian reveals that the kiddies’ book yarn turned out to be desperate disinformation.

The British side let it be known that Cameron sought to woo the federalist Michel by presenting him with a French edition of the works of Beatrix Potter for a newborn daughter. In fact, the books were gifted a fortnight ago during the international Syria conference in London.


So already Cameron is being seen as a craven clown.


The only way forward is OUT!