First you have this
(above), reported on 14 September 2009 - " â¦ effectively a new interpretation of the European Working Time Directive".
Then we have the usual ritual
(above) of a man pretending to be a British prime minister, calling for a cut in "Europe red tape" â this one on 26 January of this year â¦ but it could have been yesterday â¦ as indeed it was
Then, for the final act in the play, we have this
(above): implementation of the original ECJ judgement, bringing with it more red-tape and costs to business and the hard-pressed taxpayer â making The Boy to be the powerless fool that he is.
New regulations will be introduced in October and the government estimates that they will cost employers more than Â£100 million annually.
Strangely, the Failygraph
reports that: "Ministers claim that the new regime must be introduced following several European legal judgements". "Ministers claim
"? That is odd phrasing, for something that could be checked
- but at least there is a mention of "Europe".
And so the charade goes on, year after year after year, while little Timmy on the Tory Boy Blog
prattles that: "The Conservative Party remains the best hope for Eurosceptics". At least Helmer has had enough - he's resigned from the Tory Party.COMMENT THREAD