Oct 11, 2015 -- 12:35PM, DIE LINKE wrote:
CJ70, scare stories about jobs and uncertainty is all that "in" requires and they will be provided with plenty of those. The Scottish independence referendum Mark II.
Not sure anyone believes those these days. The in team is the same old crowd that were saying the same things about the Euro.
With purdah and official election campaign groups I expect that to be a moot point.
Oct 11, 2015 -- 12:52PM, salmon spray wrote:
CJ. Cameron is going to campaign on the grounds he has got significant concessions even though he won't have.You might be right about Corbyn and his shadow cabinet but if one of the concessions Cameron does manage to get is some sort of enhanced opt-out on employment law he could get into the position I suspect he is aiming for.Farage is becoming increasingly irrelevant Crippen imo. So I don't think his presence on the campaign trail will make much difference one way or the other.
That position just doesn't work. He will know that himself, so all the hoo haa currently that he wants nothing but will make it look like major concessions doesn't fly with me.
Oct 11, 2015 -- 2:44PM, DIE LINKE wrote:
CJ7011 Oct 15 13:04Joined: 26 Nov 11Not sure anyone believes those these days. The in team is the same old crowd that were saying the same things about the Euro.With purdah and official election campaign groups I expect that to be a moot point.Having never been on the receiving end of scare stories/monstering in the press i wouldn't suppose you would have thought about its effect very much. Be prepared for a shock.
Oct 12, 2015 -- 12:13AM, salmon spray wrote:
@CJ.I don't think DIE LINKE ( the party ) supports the EU as it is currently constituted.
They do. They just don't like the decisions it makes.
Nothing to do with the poster of the same name, but it's a vile party.