Friday, April 20, 2012

What is the difference between these two stories?

Here is a bad photograph of today's EU story in the Telegraph, page 20,


As I am sure you can see the story, about the latest somehwhat generous attempt by the EU to get more of your cash finishes with these words,
Richard Ashworth, leader of Conservative MEPs and a member of the European parliament's budget committee, vowed to fight the increase.
"It is as though these people live on another planet where there is no recession, no eurozone crisis, no bottom to taxpayers' pockets and no limit to their own self-indulgence. They seem to have no concept of the abject disgust which will greet this demand for evermore cash," he said.
Which is funny, because the online version finnishes with these words,
"It is as though these people live on another planet where there is no recession, no eurozone crisis, no bottom to taxpayers' pockets and no limit to their own self-indulgence. They seem to have no concept of the abject disgust which will greet this demand for evermore cash," he said.
Nigel Farage MEP, the leader of Ukip, said: "This outrageous demand is Cameron's chance to wield a veto by refusing to pay any extra. If he doesn't voters will be entitled to ask why their public services are being cut while the only way up is for Brussels spending."
Now I wonder why that is?

2 comments:

Mike Cunningham said...

It seems to be a universal truth that was best explained by the Greeks when they stated, 'Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first send mad'.

When I can read of the Second World War being described as the European Civil War, I can also believe that the Eurocrats 'know' that they can get away with murder, mainly becasue no-one complains.

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Hi Gawain. It's quite difficult to spot the difference between the two. Unfortunately I ain't that keen.

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