Monday, 27 October 2014

European Commission tries soft approach to get UK dosh

I see the EC is trying the soft approach to get Cameron to part with 2.1 bn€ of our tax money:-


11 comments:

G. Tingey said...

Absolutely effing BRILLIANT!

Ca I pass this on?

Ian Hills said...

Daniel - you are one of life's losers. Take a trip to Dignitas. A single ticket will do. No, I'll pay.

Raedwald said...

Greg - of course! feel free; copy, repost, whatever

Anon 2 said...

But of course the Lion's Den is here to pay Daniel! What else should it do?

DeeDee99 said...

I don't recall them saying "please."

The attitude is "For you, ze bill has landed. You vill pay us ze money or you vill find zat ve vill try more severe punishment."

Anonymous said...

Tony 'no fingers' DiClementi rang me and said: "hey you stoopid or sumpfing?"

"we already got da fcuking airport denario, now we gonna build a bridge over to Apulia"

"Capisco?"

Budgie said...

Since Cameron has no backbone perhaps we could employ Alex Salmond to defend the UK's interests instead? You remember when he threatened to stop passage of EU ships in Scottish waters?

Salmond could threaten the EU that we would withhold payments if they withheld the rebate. The fact that Cameron hasn't done this shows how lacking in serious opposition Cameron is. All of this is idle bluster on Cameron's part. Again. And he will be seen through. Again. And then he will wonder why he isn't believed. Again.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

lol

Perry de Havilland said...

That is just... awesome!

Edward Cline said...

A superb satire on EU parasitism. I've always said that the EU hates Britain, because it's a bit more productive than the EU, and wants to milk it to death. It's a special criminal syndrome called "leveling the poppies."

Brad Richards said...

The thing is, this also applies to the UK national government. One could eliminate 90% of the bureaucrats, and the associated programs, and essentially no one would miss them...