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Charles Moore in The Daily Telegraph and au revoir for now

In EU reform treaty on October 20, 2007 at 4:06 pm

Charles Moore has written an excellent article in the Telegraph today. It really sums up the EU. Read it here.

I’m now preparing to go off on holiday and looking forward to walking along the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. I will now hand you over to my capable guest authors. I will be back again on Thursday or Friday after returning from Scotland.


A question to Gordon Brown.

In Brown, EU reform treaty on October 19, 2007 at 10:00 am

I only have one thing to say to Gordon Brown this morning:

If they EU Reform Treaty is as good as you say it is for Britain, then why are you so frightened of a referendum to let the electorate of the UK decide?

EU Reform Treaty

In Brown, EU reform treaty on October 16, 2007 at 11:17 am

Gisela Stuart – whoever she is, although apparently she is a former minister – has had a go a Gordon Brown. She has said his refusal to hold a referendum on the EU reform treaty was “patently dishonest.”

Good on you, Gisela. It’s good to see someone that used to love the lies and spin having a Damescene moment and realising that you can tell the truth in politics. I can’t see it working with her leader though. A life without lies and spin would make Gordon Brown even more miserable than he is now.