‘Nothing he can do.’

Prisoners in Britain will soon be able to vote, thanks to the European Court, and apparently David Cameramong is exasperated and furious. Good. He bloody should be. Plenty of other people have been exasperated and furious for bloody years that Europe has so much say over British law, and it’s more than time the Prime Minister of the day got a taste of it. What’s worrying is Cameramong’s admission that there’s nothing he can do about it.

Nothing the Prime Minister can do about it? Or nothing that David Cameramong can do about it? They don’t have to be the same thing, and if it’s the latter we’ve clearly got the wrong man in No. 10. On the other hand if it’s the former then that’s something that needs to be changed, in which case I think we’ve still got the wrong man in No. 10.

‘kinell!

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Posted on November 2, 2010, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on ‘Nothing he can do.’.

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