Skip to comments.Cameron: British EU exit is “imaginable”
Posted on 12/18/2012 2:10:48 AM PST by Olog-hai
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has conceded that withdrawal from the EU is imaginable, in the latest indication that the Conservative leader is preparing the ground for a radical change in the countrys EU status.
During a statement in the House of Commons on Monday (17 December) on last weeks EU summit in Brussels, the Prime Minister said: Clearly all futures for Britain are imaginable. We are in charge of our own destiny; we can make our own choices. I believe the choice we should make is to stay in the European Union, to be members of the single market, to maximize our impact in Europe. Although he commented that leaving the EU was not a position I support, he added that where we are unhappy with parts of the relationship, we shouldnt be frightened of standing up and saying so.
Surveys carried out by the ConservativeHome website, popular among thousands of party activists, indicate that a majority of Conservative supporters would vote for UK withdrawal. Meanwhile, the Conservatives are becoming more and more concerned about a surge in support for the UK Independence Party, which finished second to Labour in two parliamentary by-elections in November.
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Imagine there’s no thug, mob, anti-freedom collective, liberal, progressive, socialist, totalitarian. It’s easy if you can...
DEFUND their collectives. DEPOPULATE them from the body politic.
And it is thankfully un imaginable that this worthless piece of dog crap Cameron will be in power when that happens.
He is one of the worst PMs in our history and a complete liberal sell out.
meh...more sabre rattling to get the continents financial house in order.
True, and he is still better than Ed Miliband.....
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