Prime minister says if we stay in EU he would seek to ensure “birds & habitats directives are maintained in UK.”

Contained in the rewilding article listed in the link below, read what our Prime Minister said about protecting birds and the biodiversity of our countryside if there is a vote to remain in the EU: Can anyone believe what any politician tells us?

https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/rewilding-europe-stanley-johnson-romania-explains-going-feral-helped-attract-birds/

“EU membership” the Prime Minister said, “underpins many crucial environmental protections in the UK. Of course a vote to Remain doesn’t mean the job is done. I will use our seat at the table to ensure the natural environment, biodiversity and a living, working countryside are at the heart of agricultural policy through continued reform of the CAP.”

The Prime Minister went on to say that, in the event of a win for Remain, the UK would seek to ensure that “the birds and habitats directives are maintained and better implemented, both in the UK and across Europe, to ensure the diversity of our countryside and wildlife.”

What about the Hen Harrier and Peregrines on Red Grouse moors Mr Cameron, you conveniently  appear to have overlooked what has been taking place on English Grouse moors right under your nose and despite what is written in the  “the birds and habitats directives ” .

2 comments to Prime minister says if we stay in EU he would seek to ensure “birds & habitats directives are maintained in UK.”

  • The Watcher

    Perhaps we should be tweeting him directly, although I wouldn’t hold your breath, he isn’t going to implement anything because he shoots. We want something in writing now before we vote, not an idle promise.

  • Albert Ross

    The only thing that you can be sure of when Cameroon speaks is that his lips may be moving! He went to Brussels to get concessions and came home with nowt! And yet he claims he got a deal. He has not had the cajones to actually resign immediately when he lost the Referendum but clings on to the sinking ship with his fingernails.
    If GB takes back control of its destiny then there is no reason to suspect the current protection will be lost and good reason to expect that the laws may actually be enforced.