May 29, 2014

Cameron Must Match EU Words with Action

Nigel Farage, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Out of the ashes of his third place in the European elections, a new and stoutly Eurosceptic David Cameron appears to have emerged. The European Union must stop interfering so much in our national life, he says. He has branded it “too big, too bossy and too interfering”, and insists that the Brussels establishment must wake up to the message sent to it by voters.

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TAGGED: David Cameron, UK, UKIP, Nigel Farage, European Union

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