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Looks Like Dave May Have Won The Eu Budget Battle

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I thought cast iron had bitten off more than he could chew here but it seems that the EU accept 2.9% or it defaults to same budget as 2010 i.e no increase.

Typically the French are throwing their toys out of the pram.

Knowing that rabble in the EU Commission and European Parliament, no is not in their dictionary, they will eventually overrule Dave and he knows it. ;)

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