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EU Referendum: David Cameron hails 'proud Muslim' Sadiq Khan

David Cameron has hailed Labour's Sadiq Khan as "a proud Muslim" and "a proud Brit" as he shared a platform with the London Mayor at an EU Remain rally.

They were launching a Britain Stronger In Europe battle bus and pledge card.

But Vote Leave said the PM's criticisms of Mr Khan during the mayoral contest less than a month ago showed he could not be trusted.

UKIP MP Douglas Carswell said the PM had accused Mr Khan of being a "terrorist sympathiser".

Mr Cameron repeatedly attacked Mr Khan for having a history of sharing platforms with extremists - a claim firmly rejected by Mr Khan - as part of the Conservatives' failed campaign to get Zac Goldsmith elected to City Hall.

At Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons some Labour MPs denounced Mr Cameron as a racist when he questioned Mr Khan's judgment.

At the Remain campaign event in London, Mr Cameron appeared to bury the hatchet.

He shook hands with Mr Khan and congratulated him on his victory in the mayoral contest, telling the crowd: "I'm proud to be here with the mayor of London - with the Labour mayor of London - on this vital, vital issue."

He hailed the fact that "someone who is a proud Muslim, a proud Brit and a proud Londoner can become mayor of the greatest city on Earth. That says something about our country".

The prime minister said he expected many disagreements with the London Mayor but they were both part of "an incredibly broad campaign" in favour of EU membership.

'Cameron flip-flops'

Mr Cameron described himself as a "Eurosceptic" but said the ability to criticise the EU is "a cause of strength in our campaign... we're levelling with people, something the other side refuses to do".

Mr Khan defended his decision to share a platform with the Conservative prime minister - something Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has refused to do, despite being on the same side as him in the referendum debate.

The London mayor said: "There are many things on which the prime minister and I will disagree. But what's really important is when it's in Londoners' interests for the mayor and the government to work closely together, we will work closely together."

He claimed "more than half a million jobs" in London depended on the UK's membership of the EU, adding: "A vote for Remain means jobs and opportunities."

Staying in the EU meant more measures to fight climate change, "workers' rights protected and more rights for women," he added, and he urged young people to "get involved" in the referendum and register to vote.

Vote Leave spokesman and UKIP MP Douglas Carswell said voters "should not trust David Cameron".

"Just a month ago he attacked Sadiq Khan as a terrorist sympathiser, yet today he hailed him as a great politician as he stood next to him on a shared platform.

"Today he trumpeted the benefits of the European Arrest Warrant but a few years ago he warned that it was dangerous and that it stripped away centuries old rights from the British people.

"David Cameron's flip-flops show that he is not a man of principle - he is just desperate to cling on to power".

Pledge card battle

Mr Cameron and Mr Khan unveiled a "five point guarantee card" listing what they say voters will get if they vote to Remain on 23 June.

The card promises "full access" to the EU single market, protection of workers' rights, "a safer Britain" with co-operation with other EU states, the UK keeping its "special status" within the EU, outside the euro and the Schengen passport-free area and with an opt-out from the EU's aim of "ever-closer union" and "stability".

Vote Leave hit back with a list of five things they say will happen if Britain votes to remain in the EU.

These include much disputed assertion that the UK will continue to "send £350m a week to Brussels," a claim that the free movement of people in the EU will continue "permanently" and that Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey join, a warning about business red tape, and a claim that "we will continue to be unable to remove criminals and terrorists whose presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good".

In other EU referendum developments:

  • Pro-EU Tory MP Ken Clarke described Leave campaigner Boris Johnson as a "nicer version of Donald Trump"
  • The World Trade Organisation's former director-general has warned that the UK economy risks a "huge blow" if it relies on the agency's global trading rules in the case of an EU leave vote.
  • Labour's police and crime commissioners have signed an open letter urging a Remain victory, because they say leaving the EU would risk national security.
  • On Sunday, senior Tory ministers Michael Gove and Boris Johnson challenged Mr Cameron on immigration, saying he must accept the failure of the government's manifesto pledge to reduce migration into the UK. They said the pledge was "corrosive of public trust" while Britain remained in the EU.
  • And former Labour prime minister Tony Blair said leaving the EU would create "an enormous economic problem".

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In your face fracking Islam again....Mr Cameron, is he a proud Christian?...we dont know because ITS NOT IN YOUR FRACKING FACE

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50 years ago, we were told judge people by the content of their character, not their creed. Now apparently we must judge them by their creed. It bothers me he defines himself not by what he has done or achieved, but as a muslim. Because his parents practiced what should be considered child abuse and brainwashed him into believing superstitious nonsense.

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Staying in the EU meant more measures to fight climate change, "workers' rights protected and more rights for women,"

I can't believe he actually said that. Lost for words. The lot of them clearly need sacking, then, don't they.

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...we received a huge blow when we joined the EU and have deteriorated ever since ...see Armstrong below .....

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/europes-current-economy/open-letter-to-the-guardian/ all these WTO and IMF people ..really ..when have they ever been right...all they are doing is protecting their own highly paid 'jobs' where they are accountable and responsible for nothing .....do you wish to follow them....?....I don't think so.... :rolleyes:

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The EU referendum ballot paper is more biased than one produced by HITLER, leader of a British pro-EU party claims

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3493657/The-EU-referendum-ballot-paper-biased-one-produced-HITLER-leader-British-pro-EU-party-claims.html

Council forced to ditch 'biased' EU voting packs after furious Brexit campaigners threaten legal action

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/council-forced-ditch-biased-eu-8083347

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No democracy in eu. what more does anyone need to know?

....exactly ..the unelected liberal elite rule ...the Tony Blair types ...who would like to stay with all that ...?...when we did better outside the EU before joining anyway..... :rolleyes:

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The word "Creep" comes to mind.

I used to find Tony Blair cringeworthy, hard to listen to, so I shut him off, now I find Cameron a tad worse.

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The word "Creep" comes to mind.

I used to find Tony Blair cringeworthy, hard to listen to, so I shut him off, now I find Cameron a tad worse.

...same type ...a liberal elite.... :rolleyes:

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In your face fracking Islam again....Mr Cameron, is he a proud Christian?...we dont know because ITS NOT IN YOUR FRACKING FACE

Exactly. In this day and age being called a 'proud Christian would be enough to get you marked down as a mental nutjob. Not so with islam though.

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I can't believe he actually said that. Lost for words. The lot of them clearly need sacking, then, don't they.

Low wages and imported labour is good for 'the workers'...its a brave new world. Where up is down and 1+1=3

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The LibLabCon yet again showing its true colours. Gross hypocrisy and freakish lies being its daily fare.


The prime minister said he expected many disagreements with the London Mayor but they were both part of "an incredibly broad campaign" in favour of EU membership.
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The London mayor said: "There are many things on which the prime minister and I will disagree. But what's really important is when it's in Londoners' interests for the mayor and the government to work closely together, we will work closely together."

They're protesting so much - disagreements within the LibLabCon - don't make me laugh. They're united in self serving.

With the LibLabCon it's all just Buggins' Turn.

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Low wages and imported labour is good for 'the workers'...its a brave new world. Where up is down and 1+1=3

Low wages is good for big business.

Immigration is good for statistics( growth figures etc)

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Staying in the EU meant more measures to fight climate change, "workers' rights protected and more rights for women,"

So to be clear, Cameron is saying if we leave the EU he will put workers' rights at risk and curtail the rights of women. :blink:

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So to be clear, Cameron is saying if we leave the EU he will put workers' rights at risk and curtail the rights of women. :blink:

It's ridiculous, we didn't have the internet when we joined the EEC is Cameron going to take that away as well?

No more microwaves!

Back to three channels on the TV.

PS4's will have to go.

Mobile phones.... forget it.

We will have to rip up 90% of the motorways... gone!

Old money will have to be used. Say good bye to the 10p.

Metric measures will have to go.

It's a sorry EU less world out there.

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Low wages and imported labour is good for 'the workers'...its a brave new world. Where up is down and 1+1=3

Buy "multikulti" wins over all the young voters. So many times I've heard younger voters say staying in the EU is good because of diversity (de rigeur "right on" thinking). Lowering their quality of life seems to be worth it.

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Saying that, Leave are worst.

If we vote leave then we can scrap VAT on petrol.

Ignoring we have have a massive hole in the finances.

For all the BSness of IN, LEAVE are in the land of the fairies.

LEAVE are insane.

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Saying that, Leave are worst.

If we vote leave then we can scrap VAT on petrol.

Ignoring we have have a massive hole in the finances.

For all the BSness of IN, LEAVE are in the land of the fairies.

LEAVE are insane.

:huh:

Why?

Out, our political classes are totally beholden to the domestic electorate, in they have the excuse of blaming the EU and doing as they wish.

Out, WE can vote for land tax, no VAT on petrol, and an trade deal WE want. In we have watered down the electoral power that was once in our hand.

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Hameron's sycophantic hypocrisy scrapes a new low. ... can't wait for the vote of no confidence

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Saying that, Leave are worst.

If we vote leave then we can scrap VAT on petrol.

Ignoring we have have a massive hole in the finances.

For all the BSness of IN, LEAVE are in the land of the fairies.

LEAVE are insane.

This made me laugh so hard. Bar getting rid of Johnny Foreigner they couldn't think of any reason to leave, so now they are just making shit up. Next they will be promising free blow jobs.

That they said the money that goes to the EU could go to the NHS is an insult. These are the same cu*ts that would love to axe the NHS. More like the money would go to their friends.

If people believe these w*nkers care about anyone but themselves then they are crazy.

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This made me laugh so hard. Bar getting rid of Johnny Foreigner they couldn't think of any reason to leave, so now they are just making shit up. Next they will be promising free blow jobs.

That they said the money that goes to the EU could go to the NHS is an insult. These are the same cu*ts that would love to axe the NHS. More like the money would go to their friends.

If people believe these w*nkers care about anyone but themselves then they are crazy

it`s nothing to do with false promises that both sides are making it`s about democracy there is no democracy in the EU you have a choice live in a democracy in a independent UK or be dictated to by the EU its up to the individual to choose what option they would prefer all the rest from both sides is one upmanship and a side show if people have not got the interlect to see through the bull-shit from both sides and figure out the real issue they deserve every thing the get

The most bananced veiw i have heard conncerning the EU /brexit/ remain http://moneyweek.com/mervyn-king-should-we-stay-or-should-we-go/

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This made me laugh so hard. Bar getting rid of Johnny Foreigner they couldn't think of any reason to leave, so now they are just making shit up. Next they will be promising free blow jobs.

That they said the money that goes to the EU could go to the NHS is an insult. These are the same cu*ts that would love to axe the NHS. More like the money would go to their friends.

If people believe these w*nkers care about anyone but themselves then they are crazy.

Dig deep in your pockets they need your money ...i`m sure you will get to vote on it ..and if you don't you will surely be able to vote them out at the next election

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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has come up with a new idea to solve the economic problems caused by the tide of immigrants flooding into EU member nations. Schaeuble's plan illustrates more graphically than ever how out of touch with the mood of the people European leaders are. The new idea is to impose a pan European tax on petrol, the revenue raised to be used to finance efforts to manage the migrant crisis and pay social welfare benefits to immigrants.
The plan has already won support from European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis, according to Germany's Der Spiegel."A gasoline tax, be it on a national or on a European level, could be a possible source of funding, especially when you consider that the oil price is at a historically low level now," Dombrovskis told Der Spiegel.
Edited by long time lurking

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