Cameron's contemptible little Tory army


It's not just we euro-realist journalists in British newspapers who have nailed Cameron as the Conservative leader who has led his party into abandoning Conservative resistance to the EU's encroaching powers.

Across the Atlantic, the Wall Street Journal has seen it, too. Today the paper says: 'Almost unnoticed, his MPs have voted for a list of measures that would a few years ago have triggered a full-scale war. There was the expansion of justice and home-affairs powers, involving the extension of the so-called European arrest warrant. The European External Action Service -- or EU diplomatic service -- was nodded through. New regulations for the City of London require the establishment of three pan-European supervisory bodies. This was accepted by the Treasury and if there were protests from the Conservative benches they didn't make much noise. A higher budget for the EU has been approved.

Ask senior Conservatives about all this and they point to the coalition with the Liberal Democrats, enthusiasts for integration. It necessitates compromise.

But that is the myth designed to make Lib Dem leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg feel good. Mr Cameron had decided long before he failed to win an overall majority at the general election that he was not going to die in a ditch over Europe.

Which just about sums up David Cameron: 'What? Me, die in a ditch to save my country's sovereignty? Certainly not. It would end my glossy career.

Too right Cameron wouldn't die in a ditch for his country.
Last week Britain celebrated The Few. Today Britain is left with The Quisling.

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Meanwhile the Brussels-based EU Observer reports that the Belgian politicians running the presidency of the European Council for six months plan to hurry up plans to establish an EU-wide public prosecutor. This euro-cop 'would be able to override national investigators or even order them to start an inquiry.' It is all part of the continuing push towards what the Brussels jargon calls a 'common justice area,' known in plain English as the destruction of national control over criminal investigation and prosecution.

This would take the eurocratic power into wiretaps, monitoring of bank activity, access to DNA data bases, and too much of the rest.

The Belgian justice minister -- just think about that phrase, 'the Belgian justice minister,' and then think about the fate of too many Belgian children and the escape from justice of too many sexual perverts: what a country to be talking about justice -- anyway, the minister said that the EU needs 'better instruments' such as this euro-prosecutor to achieve cross-border arrests.

Sorry, do you hear any roaring Tory protests on this one? No, of course not. The party are pretending that they could stop all this with a veto. But do you image a Cameron-Clegg Government is going to start vetoing moves towards 'ever-closer union?' If so, go back and read the top of this post again. It's not going to happen.

Anyway, as the euro-reform think tank Open Europe points out: 'The UK has a veto over the proposal, which would prevent the prosecutor from being established in the UK. However, under the rules of the Lisbon Treaty' -- the treaty Cameron has refused to challenge -- 'nine member states may go ahead with the proposal if they wish, under so-called "enhanced cooperation." While the European prosecutor would not be able to bring cases in Britain' -- here come my italics -- he would still be able to issue European Arrest Warrants to force UK citizens to face prosecution in another member state without asking the permission of the Government or the Director of Public Prosecutions.

It is contemptible that Cameron doesn't think protecting British men and women from this is worth fighting for. The Tory party, in letting him get away with it, is equally contemptible.

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