Tories own blog says their EU renegotiation is meaningless & can be reversed

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The Tories own blog admits David Cameron's EU renegotiation is a farce & condemns the Tories for ruling out EU treaty change and say that the 'reforms' are absolutely meaningless if there are not changes to the treaties. It also says anything agreed would be a farce & that if it is not in the treaty it can be reversed the next day & can be repealed in the EU courts at anytime

http://www.conservativehome.com/thet...m-lasting.html
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Another factor to help people to decide in the EU referendum that was promised.
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The only way we can change anything substantially is by leaving. The Pro-EU reformers on this forum need to get real about how the reforms they want (to the CAP for instance), just aren't going to actually happen.
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(Original post by The_Mighty_Bush)
The only way we can change anything substantially is by leaving. The Pro-EU reformers on this forum need to get real about how the reforms they want (to the CAP for instance), just aren't going to actually happen.
it is not the Pro EU supporters that are the problem they would campaign to stay with no reforms anyway. The problem is the Tories whose members & most MP's are eurosceptic, they are meant to be arguing to exit & pretending EU significant reform will happen is an outright lie.

The fact the Tories have already ruled out treaty change means all reforms are meaningless as their blog admits, the Tories should admit it & campaign for out instead of trying to fool voters
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(Original post by Dumachi)
I'll eat my hat if there's a "EU referendum" under the tories
Do you want to be soft like Lord Ashdown and just have a marzipan one, or an actual hat?
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OP, you do realise that Conservative Home isn't actually run by the Conservative Party, unless you're going to go down the route of "oh, a Conservative has the majority stake in its parent company" line, which is weak at best.
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What happens if we just threaten to leave the EU?
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votes Yes to leave anyway

even if they re-negotiate and reform the entire EU
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