The march of the EU continues under the Tories

In recent months we have published a drip feed of posts that prove Conservative promises to stop the transfer of any more UK powers to the EU is a cynical lie.

In November last year we shared this and this in our series of ‘In Europe, not run by Europe’ posts.

Then in December we found information in Hansard about the number of EU laws and directives that are now pending to become UK law, following questions tabled by Priti Patel.

Another of those questions tabled by Patel was answered a few days ago by the Treasury, revealing the number of EU Directives that must become law in this country at a cost of least £50m in administration to achieve this – paid for out of our tax pounds.  Slowly but surely the City of London is being taken over by EU laws and regulation.

But don’t worry. Call Me Dave will assume a serious frown for the cameras or get his media team to plant a story like this one with James Forsyth at the Daily Mail expressing his frustration and growing impatience with ‘EU interference’.  Then he will travel to visit his Eurochums at a meeting of our real government, unelected and unaccountable as it is, and it will be handshakes, smiles and agreements for more of the same.

Apparently it’s called Euroscepticism.

5 Responses to “The march of the EU continues under the Tories”


  1. 1 John E Payne 28/02/2011 at 11:45 am

    Conservatives continue along the EU path as Europhiles, which is rapidly taking away their Parliamentary powers. At the same time more Conservative voters go for UKIP in European elections. What fools David Cameron and the Conservative Party are, they just cant see by continuing to endorse a European Government they will eventually make themselves redundant as a political decision making party. If they think they will be the major British power in Europe they are not very intelligent. It is called shooting yourself in the foot.

  2. 2 Gawain Towler 28/02/2011 at 11:46 am

    The spin machine keeps churning. And Forsyth is at it like Nicky Campbell on Wheel of Fortune.

  3. 3 Jonathan Stuart-Brown 28/02/2011 at 1:52 pm

    The Conservative Policy on this is an ice cream policy. It has an ice cream Foreign Secretary. It melts under pressure.
    http://www.savethebritishfilmindustry.com/2011/02/william-hague-is-the-ice-cream-foreign-secretary/
    Maybe chocolate teapot is more apt.

  4. 4 AJC 28/02/2011 at 2:30 pm

    Another cause for disquiet re; politicians and the EU: this one dropped into my RSS feed earlier…

    Shaping the future of society
    http://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/1534/shaping_the_future_of_society

    “Quite simply, our economic and political system isn’t working”

  5. 5 ODESTON 28/02/2011 at 2:41 pm

    There are many decent people in the Conservative party (and all parties) who know full well that Cameron is no more than a self-serving treacherous and rebarbative liar; an oleaginous PR man who sees his future as leading the unelected self-styled elite European Government in Brussels. He cares for Great Britain not at all. The trouble is the honest Honourable Members who could and should seek to remove Cameron, dare not make the attempt, as they fear losing and would find themselves unemployed – and unemployable. Cameron, Clegg, Brown, Blair et al are all party to this Heath inspired conspiracy to run our country as a vassal state of their unelected utopian vision that is their United States of Europe. British people know that this Kleptocracy in Brussels cannot succeed in the long term, but as events in the middle east are demonstrating, direct action on the streets is the only sure way to redress the situation. Blair knew this, which is why he allowed unfettered immigration with free priority benefits for those migrants,in order to dilute Britons’resolve and their opposition to his and other europhiles aims and ambitions. Regaining control of our destiny and our country will not be easy.


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