Is this yet another David Cameron blunder?
- Cameron’s (secret) deal to open immigration door to UAE citizens (tompride.wordpress.com)
- PM to borrow from Tory campaign that defeated Kinnock for next election (theguardian.com)
- Cameron tries to calm immigration debate as Blunkett raises riot fears (theguardian.com)
- What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure | Andrew Rawnsley (theguardian.com)
- Opinion: What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure…The Observer – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- David Cameron hits back in row over EU deal bid (express.co.uk)
- Labour lead over David Cameron’s Tories climbs to six points (standard.co.uk)
- Sure Start centres: David Cameron accused of breaking election pledge by axing three per WEEK (mirror.co.uk)
- What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer (dralfoldman.com)
With opinion polls showing immigration – rightly or wrongly – the number one concern of voters, and with UKIP snapping at the heels of David Cameron, you can only imagine how damaging it would be if the fact were ever to come out that the prime minister has secretly agreed to a flood of cheap labour from India into the UK.
Well, the fact is, he has.
And that’s probably why he and his media friends have been keeping really really quiet about it.
Here’s a question for you. What was the purpose of David Cameron’s recent trip to India?
Bilateral trade you might well say. After all, that was how it was spun in the UK media.
In India however, the truth is somewhat easier to find.
The main purpose of the trip was actually to boost completion of the EU/India Free Trade Agreement.
India’s sole demand in…
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