Going well for the Tories in Europe I see.
The "European Conservatives and Reformists Group" is, lets face it, a red runny mess.
Their leader, Michal Kaminski, might not like gays or Jews much, (his lack of previous neo-Nazi links confirms this..*cough* [Edward McMillan-Scott writing in the Yorkshire Post, "On July 14, in Strasbourg, I stood and won against a Polish MEP,
Michal Kaminski, for the post of Vice-President of the European Parliament, because he symbolised the rise of disguised extremism in Europe."])
But Kaminski really has the Conservative Party's best interests at heart as he "has spoken out in favour of the Lisbon Treaty, which the Tories say would be a disaster for Britain and Europe" The Observer today tells us.
"The revelation is likely to shock Conservative eurosceptics, who believed that the new European Conservatives and Reformists Group (ECR), headed by Michal Kaminski, which includes the 25 Tory MEPs, was being set up by Cameron specifically to campaign against the kind of federal Europe that they insist the Lisbon Treaty would create.
But inquiries by the Observer reveal that Kaminski, from the Polish Law and Justice party, has praised the treaty as a good deal for Poland and is not opposing its progress into law. In a further embarrassment for Cameron, Kaminski has also called for his party to unite with others in support of the common agricultural policy (Cap), which the Tories regard as the epitome of EU waste."
The European Conservative masterplan is unfolding...
Leave the mainstream, go radical, far-right, and pro-Europe.
We are beginning to see what the group is intended to do.