Start listening to the voters, Mr Cameron!
I write as the time is fast approaching for David Cameron to deliver his long-awaited speech on Anglo-EU relations – in which he will attempt to convince us all that we are better in than out, once he has made his pleas to the EU to realign about 200 edicts to our advantage.
Does he honestly think this is remotely achievable? Is so, he is deluded, I'm afraid!
It is not coincidental that America, Germany and Danny Alexander (the Liberal Democrat chief secretary to the Treasury) are trying to persuade the British public that to leave the EU would be folly.
They all have their own agendas and are fearful that the majority of free-minded people on the island would vote "out" if given a straight in/out referendum.
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Those of us with long memories remember the American stance on the Falklands issue because they didn't wish to upset their alliances in South America.
We also remember being given warnings by the German nation several decades ago. They wanted to run the European continent then and they are still wishing to dominate the EU bloc now.
As for Mr Alexander, he and Chris Huhne are part of the Lib Dem movement so in thrall to all things European.
Well, the wind farm chickens are certainly coming home to roost now, as we can expect an £8 billion rise in our fuel bills – all on the altar of EU green energy!
I hope Mr Cameron chooses his position carefully because the average voter is waking up to the fact that the three mainstream parties will not give the public the straight in/out referendum that they want.
Only one party has given that pledge and that is the party that is taking support away from Mr Cameron, ensuring he will not be forming another government.
He should start listening to the noises, otherwise the voters will have him out for reneging on his pledge when elected.
J Robinson, Glen Parva.