Two Tory MPs are so scared of David Cameron’s pro-EU thought police that they have hidden their identities when giving radio interviews on the subject.The broadcast can be heard here.
One said that wanting to leave the EU was ‘the love that dare not speak its name’. The other attacked Mr Cameron’s broken pledge for a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty. Both knew that the Tory whips would destroy them if their names became known.
So their words were spoken by actors, as if they were dissidents in some foreign dictatorship.
Sunday, 23 October 2011
Via The Talking Clock, I link to Peter Hitchens in the Daily Mail who highlights a rather sinister, though not surprising, development that Tory MPs who are opposed to the EU have to disguise their identity when talking to BBC radio 4: