British Conservative David Cameron, buh bye!

This parody song from Britain is about then British Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron, when he negiotated with European Union bureaucrat Donald Tusk, about making the European Union still more anti-worker and thus more acceptable to British fat cats. The melody is from ‘We can work it out‘ by The Beatles.

The lyrics are:

The Bullingdon Beatles (feat. Donald Tusk) – “We Can Thrash It Out”

28 August 2016

David Cameron: Try to see it my way, I’d like to stay in the EU and reform it from within
Donald Tusk: Try to see it our way, we cannot be seen to back down or to give in
Together: We can thrash it out, we can thrash it out

David Cameron: Think of migrant workers, they should get no in-work benefits for the first four years
Donald Tusk: There would be murder! But if you’d like to gradually phase them in, then we’re all ears
Together: We can thrash it out, we can thrash it out

A week in politics is a long time, so let’s bring these negotiations to an end
I get that you’re taking a hardline, but I will ask EU once again

David Cameron: Think of immigration, we would like new powers for deportation and the like
Donald Tusk: I get what you’re saying, take these token concessions and run along, you tyke!
Together: We can thrash it out, we can thrash it out

A week in politics is a long time, so let’s bring these negotiations to an end
I get that you’re taking a hard line, but I will ask EU once again

David Cameron: Try to see it my way, ever closer union is not something we seek
Donald Tusk: My way or the highway! But if you like we can give existing treaties a little tweak
Together: We can thrash it out, we can thrash it out

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Quitter Cameron leaves trail of toxicity

Tuesday 13th September 2016

DAVID CAMERON stood down as MP for Witney yesterday, triggering a by-election in the Oxfordshire seat.

Mr Cameron told the chairman of his Conservative Association and constituency agent before making the announcement, two months after he quit as prime minister in the wake of Brexit.

He said: “The circumstances of my resignation as prime minister and the realities of modern politics make it very difficult to continue on the back benches without the risk of becoming a diversion to the important decisions that lie ahead for my successor in Downing Street and the government.”

Unison general secretary Dave Prentis said: “David Cameron led us into a referendum he didn’t want and then lost. He walked away from the country in June and now he’s done the same to his constituents.

“He will be remembered as the prime minister who presided over massive cuts to vital public services … A toxic legacy.”

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  4. Saturday 24th September 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

    by Luke James
    Parliamentary Reporter

    THE older brother of socialist US senator Bernie Sanders has joined the contest to replace David Cameron as MP for Witney.
    Larry Sanders is standing for the Greens in the October 20 by-election sparked by the former prime minister’s resignation, the party announced yesterday.
    The Greens’ health spokesman said Mr Sanders, who is 82, would use the campaign in the Tory heartlands seat to raise the alarm over NHS privatisation.
    He said: “We need to show that we don’t want Britain to be the most unequal country in Europe.
    “We don’t want unmet health needs to increase when we already have too few doctors, nurses and hospital beds.
    “We don’t want the government to impose unworkable contracts on 50,000 precious doctors when it is clear that the supposed reason for the contract, a seven-day hospital service, can’t be done at present funding.
    “This is a rich, capable and decent country. We can do better.”
    Although Mr Sanders hails from Brooklyn, New York, he has lived in Oxford since 1969.
    He used to be a Labour Party member but left in 2001 in protest at the rightward shift under Tony Blair.
    He was elected to Oxfordshire County Council in 2005 and served as the leader of its Green group until 2013.
    Mr Sanders came fifth when he stood in the neighbouring Oxford West and Abingdon seat at the general election, although he did improve the Green share of the vote by 2 per cent.
    Despite their high-profile candidate, the Greens’ main objective will be to achieve the 5 per cent needed to avoid losing their £500 deposit.
    The Tories selected Robert Courts, a councillor and personal injury barrister, as their candidate on Thursday.
    As West Oxfordshire District Council’s cabinet member for housing, Mr Courts is responsible for social housing and homelessness, but he lives on a sought-after street overlooking Blenheim Palace.
    Labour has selected Duncan Enright, another West Oxfordshire councillor, who added 2,500 votes to the party’s previous tally when he took on Mr Cameron last May.
    Leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he wants to make the Tories’ grammar school plans the key issue of the campaign.
    Speaking after his selection this week, Mr Enright said: “This Tory government is doing immense damage to our area as they push ahead with plans to turn secondary schools in Witney into secondary moderns by bringing back the bad old days of grammar schools.”


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