Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Cameron reneges on 'Cast Iron guarantee' on Europe

As I'm writing this Cameron is nattering in the background on what is categorically one of the biggest U-turns in British political history. He has essentially gone back on his cast iron guarantee to give the British Public a referendum on the future of Europe. He has cobbled together some sort of excuse which won't even wash with his own party. Little wonder that the 2nd question just thrown his way by the ITN journalist was 'How can anyone trust what you say ever again?'. Tony Blair and David Miliband understand that being British Prime Minister is no longer the top job in the UK. That's why they are going for true power- the leadership of Europe.