Cameron demands a better deal

Prime Minister David Cameron
Prime Minister David Cameron
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Cameron has to provide a set of written demands to put before the EU Council before December 17/18 in order to attempt to win a better deal.

So far in two years he has produced nothing and originally these demands were to be confidential. Not any longer, these demands should now be available for viewing in November.

It is important to remember the outcome of these renegotiations is irrelevant.

No leader has ever come back on anything and said: “Sorry guys, I have no deal for you.”

Whatever happens, “call me Dave”, will dress up absolutely nothing gained as a great triumph.

Just like another Tory leader did. Remember Neville Chamberlain’s appeasement deal in 1938? It just won’t exist.

Dave will wave around an imaginary, useless piece of paper with nothing written on it, hoping it will satisfy the growing unrest of the Great British Public.

He should also remember we are not all fools.

The only way to get a better UK-EU relationship is to use this golden opportunity vote to leave the European Union, after more than 40 years of being lied to by unelected rotten and corrupt bureaucrats.

Terry Palmer

South Lea Avenue, Hoyland, Barnsley, S74