The truth that EuroDave Cameron dare not speak

The BBC reports:

Of course, there is no mention by EuroDave or the BBC, replete with its alloted task and funding from the EU to spread the federalist word, that this sales push has limitations.  This is because the UK and China do not have a trade agreement.

The truth is the UK is not allowed to makes its own agreement with China.  The trade deal and the relationship is between the EU and China.  The UK therefore has to work within the confines of the EU-Sino agreement.  This trade delegation is nothing more than a sales team working within someone else’s rules.

The EU elephant is right there, standing proudly in the room.  But EuroDave and the BBC are desperately pointing away from it and inviting everyone to watch the birdie instead.   Rather than developing a truly Global Britain, EuroDave and his fellow EU cheerleaders are trying to keep this country wrapped in the suffocating straitjacket of Little Europe.

In the absence of candid honesty from the political class and the media, please help to spread word of the reality by sharing this information.

3 Responses to “The truth that EuroDave Cameron dare not speak”


  1. 1 graham wood 12/11/2013 at 11:14 am

    AM
    “This is because the UK and China do not have a trade agreement. The truth is the UK is not allowed to makes its own agreement with China. The trade deal and the relationship is between the EU and China. ”

    Indeed so, and AFAIK the ONLY politician who is consistently pointing out the need for a globally trading Britain, able to enter into bi-lateral trading agreements with other states, is ironically, Nige Farage! (see his interview with Andrew Neill – Sunday Politics Show)

    Some Tories of the pale yellow “eurosceptic” variety would echo Nigel’s sentiments here, but of course they cannot rock the Tory boat or possibly put their careers at risk by crossing the floor of the house.
    So they remain the ‘useless idiots’ they actually are, and who merely serve their purpose within the party machine.
    Thus ‘Politics – A strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles. The conduct of public affairs for private advantage’.

  2. 2 Ken Whittaker 12/11/2013 at 8:41 pm

    Slightly off topic but on the WTO’s website it clearly states:

    “The 28 member States of the EU are also WTO members in their own right. The EU is a single customs union with a single trade policy and tariff. The European Commission — the EU’s executive arm — speaks for all EU member States at almost all WTO meetings.”

    So there we have it. The UK, once the world’s greatest trading nation and still (I think) the 5th largest economy in the world, cannot attend meetings at the WTO. This, to me, is as important as Cameron having to abide by EU rules when talking to the Chinese and should be shouted from the rooftops.

  3. 3 Clarence 13/11/2013 at 12:44 pm

    Sorry, can’t DM you with a link on Twitter (their snafu). This might interest you: Winston Smith is employed by Dave.

    http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/public-sector/2013/11/conservatives-erase-internet-h.html

    All those promises made in a decade’s worth of speeches, such as “reclaiming powers from Brussels”? You were imagining them, sir.


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