The campaign to leave the European Union started the moment Mr Cameron launched today his renegotiation deal in the House of Commons. But is remaining in the EU good for Britain or bad for Bermondsey? There's a feeling that Britain has 'been had' by unelected Eurocrats offering us a sop to convince us to stay. The truth is that Cameron's renegotiation deal is not worth the paper it is written on: it fails to address why Britain is ruled from Brussels and does nothing to give back control of our economy and our democracy to the UK Government - in the words of MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, it's 'pretty thin gruel'.
Over the coming months we will reveal why Bermondsey men and women should vote en masse to leave the EU. The uber-liberal elite will be out in force, desperately trying to shame us into hiding what we really think and feel about the EU. We'll be described as prejudiced and antediluvian. But, working people do not need to be cowed anymore, for we know that leaving the monster that is the EU is about much more than immigration. Bob Crow, former left-wing leader of the RMT union, and the former Labour Cabinet minister Tony Benn knew exactly how the EU hurts hardest Britain's working class people, and weren't afraid to say so - neither should we be.
We must tell of our love of Europe and Europeans, as well as sharing our loathing of the European Union. Time's up at the EU bar. Cameron, Corbyn and the rest think EU've been had - show them they're wrong and join the campaign to Vote Leave.