European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has launched a fresh attack on David Cameron, suggesting he "has a problem" with other EU leaders. Mr Juncker said he was "not frightened" of national leaders and would not accept "unfair or unjust" criticism. The UK is at odds with Brussels over its demands for a £1.7bn top-up payment to EU funds by the end of month.
The prime minister, who opposed Mr Juncker's appointment, says he will not pay the full sum. Mr Cameron has said he will not meet the 1 December deadline set by the commission for the 2.1bn-euro EU surcharge and wants the final sum significantly reduced.THE TOP-UP PAYMENT IS A CHARGE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO THE EU RULES.
BRITAIN WANTS TO BREAK THE RULES.
WHICH IS NO DIFFERENT THAT GREECE WANTING TO OR FRANCE BREAKING THEM WITH REGARD TO DEFICITS.
IF THE RULES CAN BE BROKEN WILLY-NILLY, THEN FOR ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES THERE IS NO RULE OF LAWS WITHIN THE EU.
ITS A FARCE.
ONE THAT HURTS MOST EUROPEANS AND NY SERVES THE RULING CLASS.
IT'S TIME BRITAIN AND ITALY AND FRANCE SAID ENOUGH! AND QUIT THE EU, AND FRANCE AND ITALY QUIT THE EURO.
WHICH WOULD BRING THE WHOLE DANG SOCIALIST BOONDOGGLE DOWN AND EXPOSE TO EVERYONE WHAT THE WHOLE ENTIRE HEAP OF STEAMING STINKING CRAP CALLED THE EU ALWAYS WAS!