‘I suggest we start with Poland as a warm-up and then onto Holland, Belgium, and France’ said David Cameron in a Brussels speech not aimed in any way at UKIP supporters.
‘It goes without saying that I also believe in ‘England for the English’, and I will require all foreigners to identify themselves by wearing a ‘David is a star’ badge', said Cameron.
While France in particular has expressed its dismay at Cameron’s invasion plan, Russia’s Vladimir Putin said he had no objection as long as Russia was left alone. Italy also expressed provisional support for Cameron's plan but said it might change its mind later.
As he left Brussels, Cameron said he was also very keen on getting on top of domestic issues and his main focus would be getting the trains running on time.
Cameron responded with a terse 'jawohl' when asked to comment on rumours that later in the year he would be taking part in ‘Movember’ for the first time.