“Peddling Hyperbole” Business Boss Bollocks Camerons For Brexit Scaremongering

There is still a huge risk that British voters will be bullied or scared into voting to remain in the EU, but the alternative that nobody has considered, that the EU may be in the process of disintegrating by June, making any vote irrelevant, is becoming a more realistic possibility with every day that passes.

We cannot know if David Cameron’s plan was always to scare the British people into accepting a future as a province of Greater Germany The Federal European Superstate by voting against Brexit or whether he really thought he could negotiate a better deal for us that the current arrangement under which we put £350million a week in and get 20p back (oh yes, this blog can teach Cameron a bit about hyperbole) but the absolute worthlessness of the supposed deal is being exposed by more than just the usual realists (e.g. Nigel Farage).

Despite dozens of self-serving military (hoping for positions in Juncker’s ‘European army’) and business leaders (hoping for big fat EU contracts) siding with Cameron, The Telegraph reported the head of one of the UK’s leading business groups, the British Chamber Of Commerce (BCC) dramatically resigned after being suspended from his job for expressing an anti EU opinion. John Longwoth, speaking to reporters after announcing his decision accused David Cameron of peddling “highly irresponsible” scare stories to keep Britain in the European Union.

Setting out his personal view, Longwoth said in his speech that “the very best place for the UK to be is in a reformed EU” but “I have come to the conclusion that the EU is incapable of meaningful reform, at least in the foreseeable future”.

His supporters have claimed that Downing Street “bullied” the BCC to discipline him last week over his Eurosceptic stance – an allegation that Number 10 has denied (which of course means it is true).

Speaking exclusively to The Telegraph, he launched a scathing attack on the Prime Minister’s campaign to keep Britain in the EU.

Tory MP David Davis MP, the former shadow Home secretary, said: “John Longworth is the first Brexit martyr.

“It is frankly disgraceful that in the most important democratic decision in a generation that a man of his caliber should be forced to lose his career simply because he stood up for what he thought was a national interest.

“If it is proved that the Government has had any role in this whatsoever, this will be beyond scandalous.”

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One thought on ““Peddling Hyperbole” Business Boss Bollocks Camerons For Brexit Scaremongering

  1. The most important thing for the UK is to have a free trade agreement with the EU in case the UK leaves the EU. That would reduce uncertainty for investors. If Switzerland and Israel can get free trade agreements with the UK it should be possible for the UK to get a similar deal, especially when Britain is a net importer from the EU. Britain would probably not suffer even if there would be no free trade agreement because of the composition of their British economy. That is very important to tell the British electorate and I´m not so sure that British voters have been told that yet.

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