Saturday, 2 February 2013

Latest attack on Cameron's Referendum

I don't usually side with the British aerospace firms in their global initiative to push weapons on any country that they can get away with bribing.

However, Robin Southwell (head of ADS) is the latest high profile critic of Cameron's pandering to the Europhile fringe of the Conservative party. Like many before him, Southwell points to the economic consequences of antagonising Europe.

"If you look at both exports and imports, the eurozone does more business with the UK than with any other trading bloc", he pointed out whilst noting that we are also now Germany's biggest trading partner.

Cameron talks a lot about his support for industry and defence but apparently short term political gains can be pursued to the detriment of both.

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