From Politics Home we learn that George Eustice has 'tried to be clever' in an article that continues to 'push' a falsehood about his Dear Leader - aka Dav il Cam - and the veto of a treaty; an action not taken on a treaty which did not exist. Eustice quotes a statement made by Nick Clegg and asks whether it was just a bit of positioning on which he (Clegg) was never expected to be asked to deliver?
And therein lies an example of why our politics has sunk to the nadir it has. Is that not what politicians do, day in and day out with their pronouncements - position themselves on a matter and never expect to be asked to deliver?
That this misplaced, devious and completely unacceptable practice should be allowed to continue is but another reason why I instigated the introduction of talkconstitution.net, a forum which allows the opportunity to propose how this political 'clap-trap' and 'malpractice' could be ended, once and for all.
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