Danny Dyer is right to call David Cameron a twat – he led Britain blindfolded to a perilous vote

There are very few elements of the Brexit process that we can talk about with absolute certainty, but one thing that is for sure is that Britain’s exit from the European Union will have a negative impact on all regions under every scenario.

That is the finding of the government’s own research that until March this year was not available to the British public.

Had it been released before the referendum one wonders whether the outcome would have been different, but it’s of no concern to David Cameron – he dropped the bomb and then jumped ship well before the shit hit the fan.

In the words of Danny Dyer, “he’s in Europe, in Nice, with his trotters up”, the “twat”.

Through the Brexit negotiations we have been continuously fed nuggets of information that would have been quite handy to know before deciding whether our future was in or out of the European Union.

Ireland’s Taoiseach Leo Varadkar rightly said yesterday that the UK should have come up with a Brexit plan two years ago.

At a summit of the European Council in Brussels with fellow leaders he said: “I think it would have been helpful if they had had that white paper two years ago.

“You would have thought that before people voted to leave the European Union they would have an idea what the new relationship would look like but I appreciate that that hasn’t happened, and two years later it still hasn’t happened.”

Mr Varadkar also urged Britain to soften its negotiating red lines and show flexibility.

“It needs to understand that we’re a union of 27 member states, 500 million people. We have laws and rules and principles, and they can’t be changed for any one country, even a great country like Britain.

“Any relationship that exists in the future between the EU and the UK isn’t going to be one of absolute equals: we’re 27 member states, the UK is one country, we’re 500 million people, the UK is 60 million.

“That basic fact has to be realised and understood.”

Responsibility for the ill-planned referendum on the European Union lies directly at the door of Mr Cameron.

He used the vote to secure a second term in government and then when things didn’t pan out the way he expected them to he left his colleagues to mop up the mess.

With the picture becoming clearer by the day – it’s fair to say he has well and truly stitched us up by all accounts.

Danny Dyer is right to call him a twat, that is precisely what he is.

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1 Response

  1. Hairyloon

    He needs to be brought back and charged.
    I am not a lawyer, so it is not my place to say what he should be charged *with*, but I would start by looking at Fraud and Misconduct in Public Office.

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