Douglas Carswell has written a brilliant blog on Cameron's duplicity over his faux renegotiation con which makes even Neville Chamberlain's 1938 bit of paper look an achievement. Cameron did not even get a bit of paper!
I hope Douglas does not mind if I reproduce his blog verbatim below It is headlined
If Remain had a good case, they wouldn't need to deceive us
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"If we cannot secure these changes, I rule nothing out." That's what the PM toldParliament back in February about his EU 'renegotiation'. Now we know he was crossing his fingers. Even then, he was privately plotting with Big Business to campaign to remain.
The PM's leaked letter to Rupert Soames shows he was never negotiating in good faith. He got no reform from the EU, because he asked for none. In return for his collusion, the Commission - along with big corporate vested interests - is bankrollingthe Remain campaign.
This stitch-up encapsulates everything that's wrong with the EU. Crony corporatism. Disdain for democracy. Contempt for the people. Government of elites, by elites, for elites.
In previous referenda, when the people have given the 'wrong' answer, Euro elites have ignored the result. This time, they've tried to rig it from the start.
"We're all better off in," the Remainers claim.
If that's true, why did the PM keep Parliament in the dark?
Why is European taxpayers' money being used to get round campaign finance restrictions?
Why, instead of a positive case for the EU, do we only ever hear threats and scare stories?
If there were a good reason to remain, we wouldn't need to be hoodwinked.
Cameron is not known as dodgy Dave for nothing. He is a duplicitous b******. So ITV's great debate will be between Dodgy Dave who wants to Remain and naughty Nigel who says he wants to Leave but is equally duplicitous and takes a huge amount of money from the EU and also therefore secretly wants to Remain. I quote from Maguire's Daily Mirror blog on Farage's cringe making performance on yesterday's Daily Mirror organised debate with three on each side.,
"The UKIP leader showed the limits to his appeal at the Mirror’s EU referendum debate with his ill-judged comments on diversity" Quite. That is exactly why Vote Leave don't want him but these Farage comments were deliberate not ill-judged as anyone who has had dealings with Farage will know.
Its called a stich up and dear citizens on 23 June the establishment will shaft you as Kilroy Silk used to say.