>Goldman Sachs backs pro-EU campaign with 'six figure donation'
Game over, Kippers!
WE EU NOW
It always amuse me how Euros want to lose their cultural identity so much
Nah, they HAVE a good deal right now (UK in EU) and don't want it to end. Read the FT article on it
>US banks with London operations benefit from EU “passporting” rules that allow them to do business across the 28-member bloc, which has a single market of about 500m people.
>Goldman, which employs 6,000 people in the UK, is one of the most prominent donors to either side of the looming EU referendum campaign.
>Banks rarely bankroll policy campaigns in this way, a senior banker at one US bank noted. “This is a one off; a lot of people are discussing whether or not they will make a contribution,” he said. In some banks the decision would have to go all the way to board level, he added, because the payment would be so unusual.
Hahaha. If the EU, the motherfucking E U, threatens your cultural identity, you're a fucking pussy and don't deserve an identity. What's the EU going to do to threaten my identity? Fuck off m8.
>Our payment is membership of the EU. That's all the reward I need.
>Muslims start shit in Europe
>Jews start donating Jewgold to strengthen Europe
this is hilarious lads
It's not an election.
To be frank, we need the money. I'm happy about this. The Leave side is quite well-funded and has two main campaigns, and several sympathetic millionaires/billionaires to their cause.
We could be outspent if we're not careful.
Cameron seems quite sure that he is in control of the outcome. He doesn't really want to leave but is exploiting the unstable situation to get a few freebies, or so he thinks. And the EU is certainly ready to grant him those and would agree to even harsher terms, but they still have to make this out to be a hard-fought victory.
Let's hope he hasn't miscalculated.
Cameron is smarter than many people realise. I think it's because he looks like a not-particularly-intelligent toff. In fact he's been extremely successful.
If he wins the EU referendum, that will be 3 major referendums he's won, all of them with huge consequences if he lost them. And his election win in 2015 was historic, it's almost unheard of for a Tory PM to increase voteshare and seats after serving a term, especially after imposing 5 years of austerity on the country and promising the public another 5 years of it if re-elected.
This desu. It's all coming up Cameron.
>mfw there's talk of the Tories becoming the second largest party in Scotland for the first time in 40-odd years
No France, no thanks.
What is this map proposing? Core Europe is the new Eurozone? It's hard to see that working
Austerity doesn't poll well here. People don't like the idea of government cutting public services... but they will accept it's necessary if the case is made.
Our right wing has been on a crusade against "left wing hobbies" for a long time.
And if a certain policy gets portrayed as a mere hobby it gets increasingly hard to find support for it.
Also catch phrases like increasing competitiveness sounds like money to people.
Still the EU wasn't supposed to expand.
A supranational organization made of people you never voted for or never knew is always bad.
Same shit with the NATO this thing is old and busted and shouldn't exist anymore.
The EU is hated in the UK. Faking election results and opinion polls will not change that.
>falling for the jewropean jewnion
It's funny because those balls were supposed to compete with the Eiffel tower and become Belgium's iconic monument. So yes goy.
What Mr Cameron hasn't accounted for with his use of lie and spin not seen on such an unrepresented level in the 20th century, is the consequences of such tactics. He probably only see's as far as possibly getting caught and getting a light slap on the risk. In my eyes all he has achieved for his victories is reigning in the collapse of democracy once the voters realise they've been had again. We should have still been in a phase of healing their reputation since the expense scandals.
This is further exasperated by the sheer idiocy of the corporate press laying in the boot AGAIN to Labour after already arguably killing them (their only opposition) through lying about the economic crash and sticking Scotland against them. If that wasn't bad enough they certainly ruined any chance of the nation participating in the next election thanks to helping Corbyn get the leadership.