The PM who cried wolf.

Prime Minister David Cameron arrives for a European Union summit at the EU headquarters in Brussels

David Cameron can thump the table, stamp his feet and shout all he likes …. he’s been caught out in a lie and now the pigeons have come home to roost!

When you have an (unelected) prime minister and a chancellor of the exchequer (who doesn’t even know his seven times table), who have manipulated and lied about the economy, they shouldn’t be surprised when they are forced to live up to their fiction.

The EU have asked the UK to pay £1.7 billion pounds because… the UK economy has improved.

If the economy HAD improved to the extent that CaMORON says it has, then this payment would not be too much of a problem.

There has indeed been an improvement in the economy, but only because of factors such as the money from activities such as drug use and prostitution being used to bolster the figures.

Prostitution and illegal drugs are contributing around £10 billion a year to the British economy, according to official data released last May (source ONS)

More than half of that – £5.3 billion – is attributable to prostitution, according to estimated figures from the Office for National Statistics. Illegal drugs are worth £4.4bn.

Britain has to pay. No ifs, no buts. The adjustment is “automatic”.

A bill for £1.7billion will sting at any time but the political price paid by Mr Cameron could be really eye watering for the Tories.

We all know CaMORON and Gidiot have lied about the real picture of the UK economy.

That is why Mark Carney (Governer of the Bank of England … I know he’s Canadian, mad isn’t it) has delayed any increase in the interest rates.

Originally, interest rates were set to rise when unemployment fell below 7.2%. Well, it’s below that now, so why no increase? Because, Mr Carney is not stupid, he knows that the unemployment figures are false, because he knows that people claiming JSA/ESA who are on workfare programmes are counted as employed when quite clearly they are not.

He knows that the slight improvement in the economy is not being felt by the likes of you and me, but is only felt by large multi million pound turnover companies who benefit from UK tax relief and contrived tax measures such as transfer pricing. These companies pay no or very little corporation tax to the treasury.

So, Mr CaMORON, you’ve been hoisted by your own petard and caught out in a lie; so do the decent thing and resign!

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43 Responses to The PM who cried wolf.

  1. sdbast says:

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

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  2. JC says:

    This clearly shows just how far the “health of the economy” can be removed from people’s lives. Perhaps Osborne and Cameron were completely off their faces (nay, tripping balls) when they decided to include illegal drugs and prostitution in the GDP, and perhaps they’re estimating the national usage of both based on their own consumption…? Anyway as it’s our money and not theirs paying this ridiculous EU bill I don’t suppose they give a toss. I know that they’re not likely to get the rogue corporations, who support them, to pay their taxes but perhaps instead of using our money to pay this EU levy they could fine SERCO for failing miserably to do their job at our borders – ?

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  4. A6er says:

    CaMoron says he wont pay…can we sanction the bastard for refusing lol!

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  5. He could have a whip round of all those landowners and grouse shooting estates who are given£millions in handouts each year by the EU in the form of ‘agricultural subsidies’, and on whose behalf Osborne fought so valiantly when the EU proposed these subsidies be capped . He could but he won’t, he will have to squeeze it from the least powerful in another tortuous round of cuts,although we are all bleeding beyond recovery as it is, but hey ho we are just the scrap of Britain PLC a third world company , and are expendable.

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  7. Terry Walsh says:

    cameron….get that fucking poppy off now you traitor..

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  8. C A Moron can throw his toys out of his pram as much as he likes but it wont make a jot of difference. We have to pay up and wipe our mouths. I’m reblogging this on Terainahird

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  9. Jake says:

    It’s not quite a simple as that, because the bill reflects a 12-year cumulative back-payment – thoguh yes, mostly on Cameron’s watch. Look at what other nations are being asked to pay – or are getting back as a credit (notably France and Germany).
    For more info viit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-29757296

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  10. kittysjones says:

    Reblogged this on Politics and Insights – kittysjones and commented:
    Excellent blog exposing the Tory lie of economic ‘recovery’

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  11. hilary772013 says:

    Am I missing something here or just being thick, prostitutes & drug dealers paying taxes?? & contributing to the economy.. I can’t imagine them sitting down to do their tax returns!

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  12. Peter Wyatt says:

    Nicely put Ian Traynor did you read what I posted on Southern Daily Echo web site when this news was first announce about the EU and the extra £1.7 million more the EU wants us to pay.

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  13. Peter Wyatt says:

    I also posted the same on Yahoo News 24 hours ago the same

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  14. Soylent Jude says:

    He’s not unelected: we don’t vote for the holder of the post of Prime Minister. He was elected as leader of the Tories by his party and as an MP by his constituency. As leader of the majority party in the House of Commons, that makes him PM. However, the government which he leads is unelected because it failed to get a sufficient majority in the House of Commons to form a government and it did a deal with the Lib Dems without seeking a mandate from the country to do so. We need to stop referring to the PM as though he were an elected Head of State: we don’t have a President, we have a monarchy.

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  15. his constant conning of the public with his mates george carney and rtu ids they all said we swimming perhaps heel learn id rather doubt it but his lack of will cost us not him has you guessed they dont pat owt jeff3

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  16. hstorm says:

    Reblogged this on TheCritique Archives and commented:
    There IS genuine growth, but not as much as the neverendingly-massaged statistics suggest. And now the price for twisted data has to be paid, as the UK receives an inflated bill to pay to the European Union.

    Now David Cameron, characteristically, throws his toys out of the pram and complains that the EU didn’t even tell him about the sum for two days. Strangely, he has no apparent grumbles about the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Gideon Oliver Osborne, not telling him about it either, even though he received the news up front.

    Funny, that.

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  17. Barry ferguson says:

    This lying parasitic piece of shit should be in jail with IDS for crimes against humanity

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  18. jaypot2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Jay's Journal and commented:
    Well that’s Cameron and Co caught out big style! They’ve lied and lied about marvelous growth and how many people are working now – we all know it’s lies, they all know it’s lies and the EU probably know it’s lies as well 🙂 Talk about calling your bluff 🙂
    So when is it that all the next lot of tax returns have to be paid in? January/February? Oh I can’t wait to see the figures – ROFLMAO.
    Call me Dave could always ask for a loan from Barlow and his other “mates”…

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  19. Ian Stevenson says:

    The prostitution bit makes for good editorialising but I think it probably reflects the tax evasion figures as well. That’s not the Greek style. We are mrs classy and do it through posh offices in the City -as well as under declaring

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  20. Reblogged this on Wicked Green Blog and commented:
    David Cameron and Gideon’s fiddling has come back to bite them on the arse!

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  21. He would have been better of giving Scotland their Independence. Then he would be able to claim he was not so well of money wise, without lying.

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  22. Spin, spin, spin, now they are enmeshed in their own web of lies and deceit. Nobody believed them when they said their plans for the economy were bearing fruit. Wonder what their “PLAN B” is now. Cut and run to Venezuela with a boat load of cash comes to mind. No wonder they were so desperate to steal all of Scotland’s vast reserves of oil and gas and kept telling us we could not manage our own economy. Their coffers are thread bare and so are their morals. Empty shells of men all
    puffed up by their own inflated egos. Will they still feature in UK politics in 5 years time?

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  23. BarneyT says:

    Thank you for explaining why these fools are complaining about the bill.
    Camoron`s kicking-off re: bad timing (TV debates on the horizon, election next year, Britain Needs A Pay Rise march & Occupy Parliament Square being seen & asked about by ex-pats watching non-UK TV yet little mention on our own ‘news media’…) as he can`t just throw a credit card or wad of notes down to sort out the damage like in the jolly old days of the Bullingdon Club, which itself is about to be the subject of a film.
    Oh dear…lol

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  25. Grahame Bligh says:

    The EU have demanded we pay 1.7 Billion pounds and have to pay by 1st December. Whatever extent our economy has improved by this is extortion.Yes, it is true other countries even poor Greece after all the austerity they have had to endure has been billed also for having an “improved economy”. France and Germany however are getting refunds of around 600 million.
    I would hope any Prime Minister would challenge this decision of the EU in this so called “automatic calculation” . We have already our dues to the EU already more than any other member country . These are the facts . so we should refuse to pay ,simple!

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