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Small hitch to Cameron’s EU negotiation strategy

The Sun says:

DAVID Cameron wants power to boot out foreign  terror suspects as part of a  deal to keep Britain in the EU.

The PM’s “bottom line” is to wrest control back from meddling European  judges.

He is furious 3,000 criminals and terror suspects are using human rights laws to fight deportation from the UK.

The issue will be his key demand when he sits down to thrash out a looser  EU deal.

If that is Cameron’s key demand, it may at least amuse his fellow heads of state when he starts banging his fists at the negotiating tablem given that European Court of Human Rights is an institution of the 47 member Council of Europe, and has nothing at all to do with the European Union.

You couldn’t make it up etc. etc.

 

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