Congratulations on a great speech!
Once again a great speech Roger.
It is obvious the country cannot survive another 4 plus years of this inept and ruinous relationship with the EU and Cameron’s spineless government. I suggest a vote of no confidence in this parliament before it’s too late and the damage done is irreversible.
Well said Roger. Hopefully commonsense will prevail – eventually.
How I wish a Conservative Energy Minister would give a speech like that. Alas, I know it isn’t going to happen. But leaving the EU is a real possibility and that will cause shock waves, and then who knows what might happen? Good luck to you, Roger.
The failure of the pro EU side to engage – John Redwood at Cambridge recently
quote, “In a sign of how the stay in side may argue in the referendum it appears the pro side will join in with all the Eurosceptic criticisms of the current EU”, unquote.
I think that aligns with Junkers state of the union babble recently..more EU, not less.
I am hoping that the green house of cards gets a big nudge over the VW fiasco. And I had not realised that N. America car testing (aka MOT) had the tester plugging into a cars OBD socket thus triggering those software devices. Something the EU must have been/are looking at for our benefit?
Very good. I suspect there are a few within the government who are beginning to realise what a mess they (and the other lot) have made. Let us hope that widening realisation turns to a rising panic and, at long last, a change to sensible policies on energy and industry.
For a minute there, Roger, I thought you were going to say, “I’m going to explain the benefits of the EU,” and then sit down! 🙂
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