Downing Street may have misjudged this.
Most people now realise that big business is part of the problem and that the EU serves to promote their interest and make life as difficult as possible for their smaller competitors.
Associating himself with the private sector Fat Cats may damage Cameron more than he realises.
“I am not prepared to prostitute the sovereignty of my country for your business convenience. I despise your intervention into the democratic processes of this country. And I’m guessing that none of your senior staff are living in areas blighted by large-scale migrations. (No, Russian oligarchs don’t count!) When I get the chance, whatever you say, I will be voting to leave. And I am confident that, whatever you say, you’ll continue to prefer operating in London rather than Frankfurt, because that where’s the money is, and, ultimately, that’s all you and your like give a damn about”.
Cameron is trying to take the British people of fools. Why else would someone negotiating a deal with the EU ask business to support the in campaign before he knows the outcome of his own negotiations.
Well Cameron I am not a fool and you made the biggest mistake of your life taking the British people for fools. You just blew it.
I am voting for out regardless of the outcome of your silly negotiations.
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