We have gained little
It is fundamentally obvious, that David Cameron has stupendously failed in his half-baked idea, to gain any concessions of any significance from the European Union.
He endeavoured to get a prevention of child benefits being awarded to Europeans working in this country, being sent back to their countries, but only got a small concession.
He achieved some other rather small gains but too little was asked for, and less rewarded. They knew he was behind a stay in Europe,before the discussions started, so needed to give him little to appease.
He didn’t address our sovereignty and how we are governed by an army of unelected judges in Strasbourg rather than the laws set in this country.
He did virtually nothing about mass immigration and our need to control our own borders.
The 10 South Tyneside streets with most disorder and anti-social behaviour in June
Owners urged to keep dogs on leads after 'two swans are killed' at South Tyneside beauty spot
Striking new images show vision for South Tyneside College and Customs House in bid for town centre levelling-up cash
'We can support each other': South Tyneside mum who lost son to suicide to hold fundraiser for new support group
UPDATE: Man dies after serious collision between car and pedestrian in South Shields as police appeal for witnesses
The need to implement the “British Bill of Rights” in place of the misused “Human Rights” was never debated.
Finally, the meagre concessions he supposedly gained, can be altered by the EU after a referendum, as it would require a treaty change to validate them – and this will never happen.
In the words of Michael Gove, a good friend of Mr Cameron and a staunch Tory: “The EU is built to keep power with elites, rather than the people, and laws which govern citizens in this country are decided by politicians, from other nations we never elected, and cannot throw out.”
This referendum is our last chance to decide who we are to be ruled by.