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We are looking at tomorrow's paper is slightly earlier tonight because
of the tennis. With me a correspondent James Millar
from the Sunday Post and writer One of the story is looking at what
is happening in Brussels today. 26`2, David Cameron did not stand a
chance. Now, he has been crushed. He has made a very good job of trying
to make a bad result looked like a good thing. By claiming he is
standing up for what he believes, but the bottom line is he got beat
and he got well beat. Does it necessarily mean we are going to
leave the EU? No. It does not mean we are edging closer to exit but it
does not mean we have edged away from exit. Depending on how it pans
out, the direction of travel may well be towards the exit. That is
what it says in the story, that Cameron is under pressure from
Eurosceptic Conservative MPs to say he is prepared to urge an out vote.
Should he not get credit for saying, this is what I believe? Lots of
people in Europe believe it but are not brave enough to stand up. What
is sad about this story is that this week the Prime Minister has really
been shown up as having no mates. There is not the day on his side. ``
nobody. Everybody is against him. I feel quite sorry for him. I think he
is speaking a lot of sense. He went at it like a bull in a china shop.
He did not have very long to do it. Why do you need to take on this Mr
Juncker? We have a description of Juncker which says that he looks
older than 59, testament to a lifetime of heavy drinking,
chain`smoking and countless cups of black copy. Once began a press
conference by announcing he was suffering from kidney stones.
Suggestions he has cognac with breakfast. You should be able to
take on someone like that. A cross between Rob Ford and said blatter ``
Seb Blatter. I do not take any issue with anything, but this comparison,
Cameron is becoming the Wayne Rooney all EU politics. Overlooking the
fact that really `` Wayne Rooney scored a goal. That is about all you
can say. I think the Germans have come up with a very good comparison.
The only reason the British press are hacked off is because they did
not think of it. Also, Wayne Rooney is a team player and the manager
probably has some blame to bear in this whereas Cameron is the manager
and the team captain, years everything. `` he is everything. I
cannot cope with any more footballing analogies.
I do not understand all of those analogies. Favours phasing Isa
misery. Red tape faces the launch of the new accounts. It is going to be
easier to transfer things from one form of Isa to another. Misery,
really? If your money goes missing, you will be measurable, but your
money is not going to go missing. That would be rather concerning
effort went into a black hole. That is not what is happening. It is just
that they reckon there may be a deluge of inquiries and it might
take a while to process them. Otherwise we would dig black holes.
I am not being incredibly money minded. I am not understanding how
much you'll lose if for five weeks your ?15,000 does not get interest.
What are we talking about? Between 1% and 2% for five weeks. It is not
a lot. I cannot believe there are millions of people queuing up and
waiting for the 1st of July to be able to open their eyes. Maybe that
is just me. `` open their Isa. Glastonbury storm alert. Two young
women in an unenviable position. I feel sorry for them. If they were
not women, with this picture have any interest at all? How many men
are we going to see over the weekend? Not many, I suspect. We
will do the school works later on at 11:30pm. `` fool works.
Russia has warned of grave consequences following the
signing of an association agreement between the European Union,