NIGEL FARAGE today accused the Prime Minister of cosying up to his “big mates” from the world’s richest banks in order to sway the EU referendum in his favour.
Nigel Farage accused the PM of cosying up to big banks
David Cameron has spent this week at an exclusive summit between business leaders and politicians at the posh Davos ski resort in Switzerland. (where the "Bank of International Settlements" is)
Delivering a keynote speech yesterday, Mr Cameron pleaded with those business leaders attending the World Economic Forum to “play a big role” in supporting his campaign for Britain to remain in a reformed EU.
The Tory leader is widely-expected to urge Britons to vote to remain tied to Brussels at the upcoming in/out referendum, once he has been granted a deal on his renegotiation of the UK’s membership of the 28-country bloc.
But Mr Farage claimed that “rather than addressing the problems” with the EU, the Prime Minister had instead been focussing on getting his “big corporate mates” to fund the campaign for Britain to remain in the EU.
[link to www.express.co.uk