43 areas we lose the right of veto in November

Many of you are quite angry about the utter BS coming out of Cameron, the other two party leaders, Ipsos Mori and so on.

This post partly addresses that and also two other things:

1. Cameron’s deep disingenuity in pretending there is any such a thing as the “clawing back of powers”;

2. Those mocking opposition to this dishonesty as the “Angry Party”.

Why angry?

Look at this, from IPJ on the 43 areas, come Nov 1, 2014, in which we lose the veto.

How then can Ipsos Mori ask the weasel question:

‘If the EU can be reformed are you in favour of staying in a reformed EU?’

You know and I know what’s what – so how the hell does the rest of the nation not know? What chance the substance of that IPJ post ever seeing the light of day at Westminster or in the MSM?

5 comments for “43 areas we lose the right of veto in November

  1. May 16, 2014 at 1:30 pm

    Remember also that on each of the 55 occasions we have asked for reform, we have had 55 refusals from the EU.

    On November 1st, that number will become 98.

    98 refusals.

    It’s high time we sent back a refusal of our own. To hell with waiting for the fabled referendum to arrive in 2017.

    Let’s just leave. Today.


    • May 16, 2014 at 1:32 pm


    • Mudplugger
      May 16, 2014 at 7:52 pm

      Maybe we should sub-contract the referendum organisation to that nice Mr Putin – he seemed quite able to run two successful referendum operations in Ukraine with only a few days’ notice. It’s just a form of outsourcing, the Tories should love that.

  2. John
    May 16, 2014 at 8:58 pm

    I would check those 43 if I were you. I’ve seen IPJ’s site before and frankly I think he is bonkers.

  3. Viscount Rectum
    May 17, 2014 at 7:20 pm

    Its not a referendum we need but Operation English Spring, like the one that has started in the US but the MSM are ignoring it, a million people should walk to Trafalgar square and simply lie down untill the shit in Parliament resign.

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