‘EU’ DE COLOGNE OR BRUSSEL SPR‘OUT’?
David Cameron hopes with the conclusion of his
E.U. deal that he will come up smelling of roses.
The day is won - the deal is done,
Big Dave has pulled it off;
Who else could ‘win’ for the U.K.,
Than Britain’s Eton toff?
With ‘peace for our time’ there will be, (1)
Prosperity for all;
Although the migrants still can breach,
The Bard’s defensive wall. (2)
But we’ll retain our sovereignty,
In all that that may mean;
The House of Lords, The Carlton Club,
The Stock Exchange, the Queen.
The man on Clapham’s Omnibus,
Will dine at Number Ten;
In the same way he’s always done,
For years since way back when.
Dave’s deal will benefit us all;
His ersatz E.U. Blitz,
Means migrants will get slightly less,
Of our crap Benefits.
The New Jerusalem’s at hand,
Foretold by William Blake;
Where in or out of the E.U.
The few still own the cake!
(1) Neville Chamberlain’s statement made less
than a year before World War Two commenced.
(2) William Shakespeare: Richard 11, Act 2, Scene 1.
Cameron has failed to amend the E.U.’s free movement of labour policies.
© Richard Layton