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Cameron shows true colours in Brussels
Date 31/01/2012 12:35  Author webmaster  Hits 2387  Language Global


Monday, 30th January 2012 should be remembered as the day that David Cameron showed the British people his true colours.

Last month he was painted as the returning hero from Brussels when he supposedly used his veto over a new treaty.  There was no treaty text so technically a veto could not be used.

He also made it clear he would not allow EU institutions to be used to co-ordinate and administer any new pact.

How much can change in a few weeks.

His actions are no more than another example of eurosceptic posturing.

It is now clear that the Government has committed a U-turn on December's stance, with David Cameron now happy for various EU institutions to be used by the 26 other member states for a new treaty.

The U-turn has even been confirmed by a leading Conservative MEP in Brussels.

Martin Callanan, leader of the Conservative MEPs, said: "There is no doubt that the government's position has altered since the December summit when they were insisting the Institutions could not be used."

Some might argue that this has been done to pacify his coalition partners, others might say that he is not as tough on the EU as he would like you to think.

One thing is for sure: you can not trust David Cameron or the Conservative Party to stand up to the EU.

His actions speak louder than words.

If you care about Britain and are fed up with the empty promises of Dave and his mates, then please support UKIP.