Where will Dave look for the extra £682 million that Brussels has asked for?
From to-days Telegraph,
Brussels has demanded that British taxpayers stump up more than £682million in extra contributions to the European Union next year to meet a proposed £5.5billion increase in spending that has defied David Cameron’s repeated calls for austerity.
- aLv 610 years agoFavorite Answer
Don't-y just love-it, democracy in action, EU style, we cut cut cut and they want to spend spend spend.
What I would like to know, would dearly love to know, is what would the EU do if David Cameron turned round and said, on y-bike, your not getting a penny,,, WHAT WOULD OR COULD THEY DO.
Its our money, not theirs, ours, and its about time that we told em so, and if they don't like it TOUGH.
- Anonymous10 years ago
I can't understand why there are not riots in the streets because of the money Cameron is giving away while telling us we have to make cuts. Where are the Unions that people pay into ? Time for these well paid full time officials to start earning their corn.
- cucciaLv 44 years ago
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- LilyLv 510 years ago
He may have got a loan but lets be fair at the end of the day Mr and Mrs Average will foot the bill.
The high flying Bankers etc have a very nice safety net of cash but Mr & Mrs A are starting to hurt.
Instead of giving all this money away see to our own..
I`m damned sick of my money ..(and lets not forget that ..its is every tax payers cash not just the PM`s )
Being dished out left right and centre while we are squeezed till its hurting.
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- JBKS_10Lv 610 years ago
Well as usual the tax payer will have to pay....unless Davie boy says no not this time ...which I doubt very much ....Dave tell them the people are not giving anymore money to Europe ...in fact tell them we want out of Europe now...be a man and stand up to them and stop being a coward....
- Anonymous10 years ago
Simple, just stop the aid to Pakistan and he's got the money for the EU. Better still, tell them to go and swivel for it. he should say that we need the money to pay for all the compensation we will have to pay out to prisoners denied voting rights, a prisoner from Australia that will cost us thousands to keep, benefits for all the people flooding in from Europe and anything else thanks to their ridiculous Human Rights agenda that we alone abide to the letter.
- Sasha GeeLv 610 years ago
Hes got a loan out, or so he says for that amount. Siren and I reckon he robbed a bank , we've asked him to SHARE the money with us, not givin an inch of it to Helga!!! lol
- ?Lv 610 years ago
I must have missed it the first time but please tell me what the benefit is to Britain being part of the EU as so far it appears to me that europe does very well out of it at Britains expense.
- Anonymous10 years ago
He hasn't been asked he has been TOLD.
How about from all the old toffs sitting on stashes of fat wealth.
Such as from his peers the 117 House of Lords old farts.
- Jacques DefargeLv 410 years ago
Not in Osbourne's trust fund.