In a statement (sourced from an article I recommend you read concerning the Irish stance) released by David Cameron, the Tory leader has threatened that if the measure concerning the Lisbon Treaty is ratified by all 27 members of the EU before next year’s general election, any possibility of a referendum on the Treaty will be exterminated.
It is already apparent that Poland and the Czech Republic are ready to accept the policies commanded by the Lisbon Treaty. If Britain is indeed angling away from joining a United States of Europe, based purely on the condition that Cameron does move into Number 10 this time next year, the Middle Class Hero will attempt to introduce policies to repatriate the nation, and move away indefinitely from seemingly socialist Europe.
My current opinion is mixed: on one hand, my oyster card could extend to Frankfurt if the referendum sways in favour of the treaty…on the other hand, if the Tory Tyrant does indeed gets his way as suggested by The Sun, I wont be forced to exchange my penny jar.
Unfortunately for Cameron, I don’t think he realises that his trips to see Daddy Murdoch in the middle of Greece will be somewhat redundant if we do indeed conform to a United Sates of Europe.
Under the light of an umbrella nation such as a USE, could Murdoch find challenges in the faces of Berlusconi and the Kirch Group?
Will a positive swing on the possible referendum not only change the history of Europe, but also the future of journalism?