The senior source observed that no EU agreements would ever be possible if all European leaders stuck to the "totality" of their election manifestoes.
And talking of rubblish I see William Hague outlined the new Tory 'foreign policy' last week to the telegraph.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstop ... links.html
"They represent a break with the Blair era – when the US alliance was at the heart of every foreign mission. Mr Hague said: “We want to elevate the British relationship with emerging powers, including Brazil, the Gulf states and other countries in Latin America and South Asia.”
"His plans will appeal to Tory Eurosceptics" Sorry but I'm not convinced here!
At least one member of the British establishment still knows how to perform her duties.http://thechronicleherald.ca/News/1189689.html
"LOUD CRIES of "hip, hip hooray" rose above Halifax’s storied harbour Tuesday as the Queen sailed on a Canadian frigate past a flotilla of international ships during a ceremony that harkened back to the days of wartime convoys.
Hundreds of sailors cheered, saluted and swirled their white caps as Queen Elizabeth II stood on the deck of HMCS St. John’s and waved to crew aboard more than two dozen ships anchored in the harbour for an international fleet review."
I wonder if it will make the BBC news?