Tag Archives: Cameron

David Cameron on the Brink of Insanity?

The claims coming from Cameron and his EU Remain camp are becoming increasingly bizarre and unbelievable, although he could be excused this irrational behaviour if you delve a little deeper (see below).

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Bert’s Dilemma

 “Mine’s a pint Bert”.  “OK Fred, but only because I’m looking to you for some advice”.  “Thanks mate. Fire away!” he said taking a sip of foam. Another short measure.  “Well Fred, you know I keep a few chickens and … Continue reading

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David Cameron’s Virtual Renegotiation

Have you seen Dave’s EU “renegotiation” demands? Why didn’t someone tell him that good negotiators start high and concede little? Not start low and go virtual. Let’s look at the four main demands he has sent by letter to the … Continue reading

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Madeleine McCann – Freedom of Information Request

This week I received from the UK Home Office a response to a Freedom of Information Request regarding the ongoing cost to the British taxpayer of the search for Madeleine McCann, the child who went missing from Praia da Luz in … Continue reading

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Does Anyone Support the European Union?

Well, some do of course – although it’s increasingly difficult to understand why Europhiles are not an extinct species. I do not want this site to become overly political, but this issue is so important to those of us who live … Continue reading

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