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EU Budget Row: France, UK And Germany Unite


Britain, Germany and France have agreed that a proposed 6% increase in the EU's budget is unacceptable. Sky's deputy political editor Joey Jones reports.

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Something has never changed it seems. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and beer-filled Brussels' lifestyle, all of it - a permanent source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.

In times of plenty when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget. Now, in times of austerity, one might expect a different approach. But in fact, David Cameron's last ditch - rearguard action - is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than is likely to be approved.

"At a time when European countries, including the United Kingdom, are taking tough decisions on their budgets and having to cut some departments, it's completely wrong that European institution should be spending more money on themselves in the way they proposed. Six percent is not acceptable, I want to build alliances, work with colleagues, put a stop to that and see if we can do something better. And that's what I'm going to do to today."

The European Commission and, indeed, the European Parliament want to see a rise in the EU budgets of six percent that would represent an increased British contribution of 900 million pounds. Well, David Cameron is pretty much resigned to accept an increase of 2.9 percent. But even that, it's 500 million pounds more - not the sort of thing that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of 19 percent on average over the coming four years.

"It did seem extraordinary that, at the very moment, that George Osborne, was on its feet in the House of Commons, announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since the 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were calling for these huge increases to pay for, among other things, more staff for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners."

The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit and other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the Euro zone.

The rules have been drawn up to insure no other country should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a bailout from its European neighbors.  This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way, but the wrangling is so intense that it may be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argument back to what he thinks are more important these years.

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austerity: n.  the trait of great self-denial (especially refraining from worldly pleasures); asceticism, nonindulgence 朴素;严厉;

rearguard:n.  a detachment assigned to protect the rear of a (retreating) military body 后卫(部队)

retrenchment:n.内线防御工事;紧缩;删节;

1. entrenchment consisting of an additional interior fortification to prolong the defense

2. the reduction of expenditures in order to become financial stable; curtailment, downsizing

preoccupied:having or showing excessive or compulsive concern with something; haunted, obsessed, taken up(p) 全神贯注的;先占的

draw up:make up plans or basic details for; frame, compose 起草

bailout:a rescue from financial distress 紧急(财政)援助

wrangle:an angry dispute; quarrel, row, words, run-in, dustup 争论;争吵

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Something is never change things. The fable EU created train, the France calls long lauches, chocolate and bill ... life style, all of it a  pernament source of indination and anger to US scattics.

In times of planned, when European economies were booming, no one cut back for the EU budget. Now in times of osterity, one mighty expected a different approch. But in fact, David **'s lostage real god action is an attempt to inforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than is likely to be approved.

By the time when European countries including the United Kindom are taking tuff dicisions on their budgets, and having to cut some departments is completely wrong that European should be spending more money, all themseleve in the way they propose. Six percent is not acceptable, I will be work with colleaguse put the stock to that until we can see something better. And that is what I want to do to that.

The European Commison and the European parliament want to see a rise in the EU budgets of six percent that would represent an increase British contribution of nine hundred million pounds. But David ** is putting up resign to except an increase up two point nine percent.

But even now, if five hundred million pounds more not a thought of things that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut, of nineteen percent on average over the coming four years.

It did seen extrordinary that at the very moment , the job was born on its fitting the house of annoucing the most significant budget since 1920s bill. But at that moment, MVPs recalling for this huge increases to pay for among other things most for themselve and hire entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.

The problem for David ** is that the budget is even on the former agenda for the summit. and the other European leaders are intensly put occupied by contraversial plans to impose strick new physical rule on the Euro's own.

The rules are being drown up to insure no other country should get into the thought of trouble three'a pass. proverbing rices intenaly and a belt ...

This is an argument where Britain is on the site lines and wants to stay so intense that it might be hard for the British prime minister to draw the argument back toward what he thinks are more important this years.
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Something is never changed it since,the fabled EU gravy train ,those fancy cars ,long lunches ,chocolate and beer filled Brussels  lifestyle .All of it a permanent source of indignation and anger to Eruope skeptics .In times of plenty ,when Eurpoean economies were booming ,no one cut back on the EU budget ,now in times of austerity ,one might expect a different approch .But in fact David Cameren 's last ditch real got action is an attempt to enforce not  a cut ,not a freeze ,but just a lower increase in the budget than is likely to be approved .
At a time ,when  European countries including the United Kingdom ,are taking tough decisions on their budgets and having to cut some the problems  ,its completely wrong that  European Institution should be spending more money on themselves in the way that they preposed ,6% is not acceptable ,I want to build alliances, work with colleagues ,put a stop to that and see if we can do something better ,and that's what I'm gonna do today .
The European Commision and the European Parliment want to see a rise in the EU budget of 6% that will present a increased British contribution of 900 million pounds .While they become as pretty much as resign to accept an increase of 2.9% but even that its 500 milllion pounds more ,not the sort of the thing that's going to make Brithish government departments happy  when they are facing a cut of 19 %  on average over the coming 4 years .
It did seem  extrodinary that at the very moment,that * was only fit in the House of * , announcing the most significant bugetary return  to them since the 1920s to dealt with  the deficit .But  at that moment  NEP's recalling for these huge increses to pay for among other things ,most off for themselves  ,and  hire entertainment  budgets for the European commisioners .   
The problem for David Cameren is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit ,and other European leaders are intensely preoccupies by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the Euroism.  The rules have been drawn up to ensure no other country should get into the sort of the trouble Greece has ,provking riots ,* ,and bailout form from its European neighbours .This is an arguement where Briton is on the side lines ,and wants it to stay that way ,but the rangling is so intense that it maybe hard for the British Priminister to draw the arguement back to what he thinks are more important issues .






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Something has never changed since. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and beer-filled Brussels'
lifestyle, all of it - a permanent source of indignation and anger to euro skeptics.

In times of
plenty when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget. Now, in times of austerity, one might expect/ a different approach. But in fact, David Cameron's last ditch - rearguard action - is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than is likely to be approved.
"At a time when European countries, including the United Kingdom, are taking tough decisions on their budgets and having to cut some departments, it's completely wrong that European institutions should be spending more money on themselves in the way they proposed. Six percent is not acceptable, I want to build alliances, work with colleagues, put a stop to that and see if we can do something better. And that's what I'm going to do to today."
The European Commission and, indeed, the European Parliament want to see a rise in the EU budgets of six percent that would represent an increased British contribution of 900 million pounds. But David Cameron is pretty much resigned to accept an increase of 2.9 percent.
But even that, it's 500 million pounds more - not the sort of thing/ that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut/ of 19 percent on average over the coming four years.
"It did seem extraordinary that, at the very moment, the * was born, was on its feet in the House of Commons, announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since the 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were calling for these huge increases to pay for, among other things, more stuff for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.
The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit and / other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the euro zone.
The rules have been drawn up to insure no other country should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a bailout from its European neighbors.  
This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way, but the wrangling is so intense that it may be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argument back to what he thinks are more important these years.

MEP: Member of the European Parliament
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Something never changes soon. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and beer filled Brussels lifestyle, all of it, a permanent source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.

In times of plenty, when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget. Now in times of austerity, one mighty expect a different approch. But in fact, David Cameron's last-ditch real guard action is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget that is likely to be approved.

At a time when European countries including the United Kindom are taking tough dicisions on their budgets, and having to cut some departments. It's completely wrong that European Institution should be spending more money on themseleve in the way they propose. Six percent is not acceptable, I want to build the alliance, work with colleagues put a stop to that, and see if we can see something better. And that is what I'm gonna do today.

The European Commission and indeed the European Parliament want to see a rise in the EU budgets of six percent. That would represent an increase British contribution of nine hundred million pounds. But David Cameron is pretty much resign to accept an increase of two point nine percent.

But even that, it's five hundred million pounds more, not a sort of thing that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of nineteen percent on average over the coming four years.

It did seem extrordinary that at the very moment that George Osborne was on his feet in the House of Commons announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were recalling for these huge increases to pay for among other things more stuff for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.

The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the former agenda for the summit. And other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strick new fiscal rules on the Euro Zone.

The rules are being drawn up to ensure no other country should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a bailout from its European neighbors.

This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way. But the wrangling is so intense that it might be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argument back toward what he thinks are more important this years.
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Something has never changed it seems, the fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and beer-filled Brussels' lifestyle. All of it - a permanent source of indignation and anger to euro skeptics.
In times of plenty when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget. Now, in times of austerity, one might expect a different approach. But in fact, David Cameron's last ditch - rearguard action - is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than is likely to be approved.
"At a time when European countries, including the United Kingdom, are taking tough decisions on their budgets and having to cut some departments, it's completely wrong that European institutions should be spending more money on themselves in the way that they proposed. Six percent is not acceptable, I want to build alliances, work with colleagues, put a stop to that and see if we can see something better. And that's what I'm going to do to today."
The European Commission and, indeed, the European Parliament want to see a rise in the EU budgets of six percent that would represent an increased British contribution of 900 million pounds. But David Cameron is pretty much resigned to accept an increase of 2.9 percent.
But even that, it's 500 million pounds more - not the sort of thing that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of 19 percent on average over the coming four years.
"It did seem extraordinary that, at the very moment, the George Jones was born, was on its feet in the House of Commons, announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since the 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were calling for these huge increases to pay for, among other things, more stuff for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.
The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit and other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the euro zone.
The rules have been drawn up to insure no other country should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a bailout from its European neighbors.  
This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way, but the wrangling is so intense that it may be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argument back to what he thinks are more important these years.
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Something's never changed things. The fabled EU gravy train,those fancy cars, long launches, chocalte and beer-filled Brussel's life style, all of it -a permanent source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.
In times of plenty, when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget; Now in times of austerity, one might expect a different approach. But in fact, David Cameron's last ditch rearguard action is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than it's likely to be approved.
At a time when European countries including the United Kingdom are taking tough decisions on their budgets and having to cut some departments, it's completely wrong that European institutions should be spending more money on themselves in the way that they propose. Six percent is not acceptable. I want to build alliances, work with colleagues, put a stop to that and see if we can do something better and that's what I'm going to do today.
The European Commission and indeed The European Parliament want to see a rise in the EU budget of six percent; that would represent an increased British contribution of nine hundred million pounds. Well, David Cameron is pretty much resigned to accept an increase of two point nine percent, but even that each 500 million pounds more, not the sort of thing that's going to make the British Government departments happy when they are facing a cut of nineteen percent on average over the coming four years.
it did seem extraodinary that at the very moment the George Ozborn was on his feet in the House of Commons announcing the most significant budget train retrenchment since 1920s to deal with the deficit. And at that moment MEP is recalling for this huge increases to pay for among other things, more stuff for themselves, and higher entertainment ,budgets for European Comissioners.
The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit and other european leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the Euro Zone.
The rules have been drawn up to ensure no other country shoudl get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a ballot from its European neighbours.
This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way. But the rankling is so intense that it may be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argurment bak to what he thinks are more important these years.

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Something has never changed, it seems. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocklate and beer fueled Brussel's lifestyle, all of it are permenant source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.

At times of plenty when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget, now at times of austerity, one might expect a different approach, but in fact David Cameran's last ditch rear guard action is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than it's likely to be approved.

"At a time, when European countries, including the United Kingdom are taking tough decisions on their budgets, and having to cut some departments is completely wrong that  European Institution should be spending more money on themselves in they way that they proposed. 6% is not acceptable, I would build alliances, work with colleagues, put a stop to that, and see if we can do something better, and that's what I'm gonna do today."

The European commision, and indeed the European parliament want to see a rise in the EU budget of 6%, that would represent an increase British contribution of 900 million pounds. Well, David Cameron is pretty much resigned to accept an increase of 2.9%. But even that it's 500 million pounds more, not the sort of thing that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of 19% on average over the coming four years.

It did seem extrodinary that at the very moment that George Osborne was on his feet in the house of Commons announcing the most significant budgetary retrenchment since the 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEP was recalling for these huge increases to pay for among other things, more stuff for themselves, and higher entertainment for European budget commission.

The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit, and other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the Euro zone.

The rules have been drawn up to ensure no ther countries should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally, and a bailout from its European neighbours. This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines, and wants it to stay that way, but the rankling is so intense that it may be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argument back to what he thinks are more important issues.
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sth has never changed things,the fabled eu gravy train, those fancy cars ,long lunches,chocolate and beer filled brussels life style all of it a permanent source of indignation and anger to euro skeptics.in times of plenty, when european economy were booming ,no one cut back on the eu budget, no in times of austerity,one might expect a different approach,but in fact,david cameron 's last ditch real got action isn't an attempt to enforce not  a cut ,not a freeze,but just a lower increasing in the budget than is likely to be approved.at a time when european countries including the uk are taking tough decisions on the budgets and having to some problems,and it's completely wrong that european institution should be spending more money on themselves in the way they proposed,six percent is not exceptable, i want to build alliances ,work with colleges put a stop to that and see if we can do sth better.and that's what i'm going to do today.the european commission and indeed the european parliament want to see a rise in the eu budget of six percent that would represent an increased british contribution of nine hundred million pounds.
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something has naver changed since. The fable EU gravy train,those fancy cars,long lunches,chocolate and beer-filled Brussel's lifestyle.All of it, a permanent source of indignation and anger to Europe scaptics.In time of plenty when European comminents were booming and come back on the EU budget,now in times of austerity,one might expect a different approach.But in fact,David *'s last ditch rear guard action is an attempt to enforce not a cut,not a freece,but just a lower increase in the budget than is likely to be a prove.
at a time when European countries including the United Kindom are taking tough decisions on their budgets and having to cut some departments,it's completely wrong that European jucions should spend more money than themselves in the way they proposed.Six percent is not acceptable.** build allience work with colleagues,put stop to that and see if we can do something better.And that's what I gonna to do then.
The European commision and the European Parliament wanted to see a rise in the EU budgets of 6%, that will represent an increase in British competition of 900 million pounds or David * is pretty  much resined to accept any increase up 2.9%.But even that is 500 million pounds more,not the sort of the thing that's goiong to make British government departments happy when they'are facing a cut of 19% on average over the coming 4 years.
It seems extrordinary that at the very moment,the * is on his feet in the house of common and now is saying the most significant budget * since 1920s to deal with deficit.At that moment,MEP was calling for these huge increases to pay for among other things, most are for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European commisions.
The problem for David * is that the budget is not even on the formal agenda for the summit and other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new physical rules on the Euros zone.
The rules were being drawn out to ensure no other countries should get into the sort of trouble Greece has,provoking crimes internally and out for its European neighbours.This is an arguement where Britain is on the sidelines and want to stay that way. But the * is intense that it may be hard for the British Minister to draw the arguement back to what he thinks are more important issues.

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Something never changes soon. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and beer filled Brussels lifestyle, all of it, a permanent source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.

In times of plenty, when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget. Now in times of austerity, one mighty expect a different approch. But in fact, David Cameron's last-ditch real guard action is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget that is likely to be approved.

At a time when European countries including the United Kindom are taking tough dicisions on their budgets, and having to cut some departments. It's completely wrong that European Institution should be spending more money on themseleve in the way they propose. Six percent is not acceptable, I want to build the alliance, work with colleagues put a stop to that, and see if we can see something better. And that is what I'm gonna do today.

The European Commission and indeed the European Parliament want to see a rise in the EU budgets of six percent. That would represent an increase British contribution of nine hundred million pounds. But David Cameron is pretty much resign to accept an increase of two point nine percent.

But even that, it's five hundred million pounds more, not a sort of thing that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of nineteen percent on average over the coming four years.

It did seem extrordinary that at the very moment that George Osborne was on his feet in the House of Commons announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were recalling for these huge increases to pay for among other things more stuff for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.

The problem for David Cameron is that the budget isn't even on the former agenda for the summit. And other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strick new fiscal rules on the Euro Zone.

The rules are being drawn up to ensure no other country should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a bailout from its European neighbors.

This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way. But the wrangling is so intense that it might be hard for the British Prime Minister to draw the argument back toward what he thinks are more important this years.
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本帖最后由 huangqian0810 于 2010-11-10 17:45 编辑

Something's never changed things. The fabled EU gravy train, the fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and very few Brussels' life style. All of these are permenant source of indignation and anger to Europe skeptics. In times of plenty when European economies were booming, no one cut back on EU budget, now in times of austerity, one mighty inspect of different approach but in fact David Cameloom last ditch-rearguard action, its attempt enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than it likely to be approved.

"At a time when European countries, including the United Kingdom are taking tough decision on their budgets and having a cut some departments is completely wrong. That the European institution should be spending more money on themselves in the way they proposed. 60% is not acceptable, i want to build alliances, work with colleagues, put a stop to that see if we can do something better, and that's I am going to do today."

The European Commission and European parliament want to see arise in EU budget of 7%, that will represent an increase British contribution of 900 million pounds. Although Cameloom is pretty much resigned to accepting an increase of 2.9%, but even then, it's 500 million pounds more not per sort of thing that going British government department happy when they are facing a cut of 19% on average over the coming 4 years.

"It did seem extraordinary that at the very moment the Jordans born with only a feet in the House of Commons announcing the most significant budge retrenchment since 1920 to deal with the deficit. That at that moment, MEP is recalling for its huge increase to pay for among other things. Most of themselves and higher entertainment budget for European commissions."

The proble for David Cameloom is that the budget isn't even on the formal agenda for the summit and other European leaders are intensely preocucupied by contraversial plans to impose strict new fiscial rules on the Euro zone. The rules have been drawn up to ensure no other countries should get in the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and bailout for its European neighbours. This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and want to stay that way. But the wrangling is so intensed that maybe hard for British Prime Minister to draw the argument back to what he thinks are more important issues.
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Some things never change themes. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lauches, chocolate and beer-filled Brussels life style, all of it a permanet source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.

In times of plenty, when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget; now in times of authority, one might expect a different approach. But in fact, David Cameron’s last ditch real got an action is an attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than his likely to be approved.

“At the time when European countries including the United Kingdom are taking tough decisions on their budgets, and having to cut some departments, is completely wrong that European institutions should be spending more money on themselves in the way they propose. Six percent is not acceptable, I would build a licence,work with colleagues put a stop there and see if we could do something better. And that is what I gonna do today.”

The European Commison and the European parliament want to see a rise in the EU budget of six percent that would represent an increased British contribution of nine hundred million pounds. But David Cameron is pretty much resign to accept an increase up two point nine percent.

But even that, it’s five hundred million pounds more not a sort of things that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of nineteen percent on average over the coming four years.

”It did seem extraordinary that at the very moment, the George has already gone on its feet in the house of consents announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since 1920s to deal with a deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were calling for this huge increases to pay for among other things more stuff for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.”

The problem for David Cameron is that the budget is not even on the formal agenda for the summit. And other European leaders are intensely preoccupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the Euro's own.

The rules are being drawn up to ensure no other country should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and a bail out for its European neighbors.

This is an argument where Britain is on the site lines and wants to stay that way. But the wrangling is so intense that it may be hard for the British prime minister to draw the argument back toward what he thinks are more important issues.
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Some things never change it seems. The fabled EU gravy train, those fancy cars, long lunches, chocolate and beer-filled Brussels life style.All of it a permanent source of indignation and anger to Euro skeptics.
In times of plenty, when European economies were booming, no one cut back on the EU budget. Now in times of authority, one might expect a different approach. But in fact, David Cameron’s lastage a real got action to attempt to enforce not a cut, not a freeze, but just a lower increase in the budget than it’s likely to be approved.
“At a time when European countries including the United Kingdom are taking tough decisions on their budgets, and having to cut some departments, is completely wrong that European institutions should spend more money on themselves on the way they proposed. Six percent is not acceptable, I would build alliance ,work with colleagues ,put a stop to that until we see something better. And that is what I gonna do today.”
The European Commission and the European parliament want to see a rise in the EU budget of six percent that will represent an increased British contribution of nine hundred million pounds. But David Cameron is pretty much resign to accepting an increase of two point nine percent.
But even that, it’s five hundred million pounds more not a sort of things that's going to make British government departments happy when they are facing a cut of nineteen percent on average over the coming four years.
”It seems extraordinary that at this very moment, the * has also gone on its feet in the house of comments announcing the most significant budget retrenchment since 1920s to deal with the deficit. But at that moment, MEPs were calling for this huge increases to pay for among other things for themselves and higher entertainment budgets for European Commissioners.”
The problem for David Cameron is that the budget is not even on the formal agenda for the summit. And other European leaders are intensely occupied by controversial plans to impose strict new fiscal rules on the Euro zone.
The rules are being drawn up to ensure no other countries should get into the sort of trouble Greece has, provoking riots internally and bail-outs for the European neighbors.
This is an argument where Britain is on the sidelines and wants it to stay that way. But the rangerling is so intense that it may be hard for the British prime minister to draw the argument back toward what he thinks are more important issues.
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