Monday, 18 May 2009

The Kama Sutra of European positions

With Chris Davis in town I thought this bit of European analysis should get an airing:

Writing in the Observer, columnist Nick Cohen argued that Conservative MEPs will
be "isolated" in the European Parliament, and "will make the journey from
influence to irrelevance overnight."

He also argued that

"Britain has three coherent European policies: to leave (Ukip); to go further in (the Liberal Democrats); and to co-operate but remain aloof from full integration (the Major, Blair and Brown administrations). Cameron lacks the courage to choose any of the above and his indecision will produce a crisis"