Source: The BBC
The BBC’s recent article about David Cameron’s ‘crucial’ talks with other EU Nation members, about the UK’s membership in the EU, has caused some stirs and debates.
They state within it that ”UKIP deputy Leader Paul Nuttall accused Mr Cameron of “playing us for fools” and said any deal would “be nothing more than tinkering round the edges… will not go any way to dealing with the wholesale loss of sovereignty to the EU, the eye-watering cost of it, or indeed go any way to bring back genuine control of our borders from the EU”.”
What’s your view of this?
Is this necessary towards the UK’s membership stance and overall outcome of the referendum vote? Is UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall right to say this? What do you think will happen as a result of this, towards the EU vote?
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