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Cameron has announced that he will allow the British people to have a referendum, but only at a time of his choosing. Nor is he prepared to explain what the actual question might be. While sections of his party are concerned about the effects of EU membership on British sovereignty, others merely want to use it as a cover for making a bid for the leadership of the party. One such aspirant is the arrogant Dr Fox, not only forced to stand down after revelations relating to his so-called ‘adviser’ Adam Werrity, but also connected to sinister US right wing groups and the Israel assassination squad, Mossad.
Another candidate is the lacklustre Chancellor Osborne, still trying to defend the last budget. Meanwhile, Education Minister Gove, defender of an apartheid 1950s education model, issues at least one sound-bite per week – another would-be challenger for the leadership. This rotten dictatorship is riven with factions and weaknesses which should be exploited to the full.