Dave! Dave! They’re stealing our powers

I haven’t heard anything from Cameron the PR man about this latest power grab by the EU.

Its one of those transfers of power that he promised us he would oppose, that he would grant us a referendum on.

Dave! where are you?

This from the EU Observer:

The EU has converted 54 out of the European Commission’s 136 foreign delegations into embassy-type missions authorised to speak for the entire union.

The move follows the coming into force last year of the Lisbon Treaty, which has the creation of a new EU diplomatic corps as one of its main provisions. All 136 commission delegations were renamed “EU delegations” on 1 January. But only the 54 placements were at the same time quietly given fresh powers in line with their new names.

The super-delegations have taken on the role previously carried out by the national embassies of the member state holding the six-month EU presidency at any given time.

As such, they now co-ordinate the work of the member states’ bilateral missions to the countries in question. The heads of the 54 delegations are also empowered to speak on behalf of the EU as a whole.

So now is the time to speak up Dave, or does the Albion Alliance have to do your work for you?.


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4 Responses to Dave! Dave! They’re stealing our powers

  1. WitteringsfromWitney says:

    The chances of iDave honouring any undertaking are about as great as are mine winning the bloody lottery!

    Conservative policies are dis-assembling before our eyes, but then not surprising when you consider the source of those policies.

  2. Excellent. Finally we get some movement in the EU. This will only add value to european sovereign nations that have joined together to tackle common global issues.

    Dave (@davefacts) won’t intervene on these decisions as he is not the prime minister of the UK. He won’t speak out on any issues on EU now as it is a sticking point for his party and won’t go down well in the run-up to the election.

    Dave’s withdrawal from the EPP in the EU Parliament is a disastrous move for the Tories as it leaves his EU bargaining power useless.

    Dave appeased the eurosceptic element to keep them quiet for the election campaign. If there is a hung parliament. Lib Dems will remember his words on EU.

  3. “Finally we get some movement in the EU. This will only add value to european sovereign nations that have joined together to tackle common global issues.”

    You mean like this:

    The European Union’s High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy was in Washington yesterday to meet with Hillary Clinton at the State Department, but she was barely a blip on the Beltway radar screen.

    and this:

    Even her remarks at a joint press conference with the Secretary of State merited barely any attention.

    or this

    Ashton’s comments were lacklustre and flat, betraying a striking dearth of foreign policy experience and knowledge. She also clearly lacks the presence, gravitas and charisma to be an international statesman, and bears all the hallmarks of a spectacularly unqualified apparatchik appointed way above her station as part of a cynical backroom deal between Europe’s big players.

    Full article here.

    Yeah right, I would hardly call that adding value, would you? Unelected, unwanted and unable. But you are right about Cameron, he wont rock the boat as winning the election for him is more important than doing the right thing by his country.

  4. jameshigham says:

    That’s vital and I plan to quote this and Fausty’s one to show people that this is indeed a malevolent organization, the EU, in terms of our welfare.

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