Olli Rehn, the EU economic affairs commissioner.
Britain could face sanctions costing the taxpayer £5.5 billion if it fails to meet spending targets set by a new EU "economic government", under European Commission proposals. Included among "sanctions and incentives" to get governments to rein in public spending is an entirely new "corrective arm" using the EU budget as a stick to keep national spending in line with euro targets.If agreed, the sanction could cost Britain up to £3.6 billion in farm payments and £1.9 billion in aid for poor regions if the EU called foul on British budgets that have traditionally been set by a vote in the House of Commons.
Just why is CAMERON taking orders from some Scandinavian fucker called OILY DRAIN. These bastards haven't had their accounts signed off by the auditors for 25 years. It's a FUCKING DISGRACE. Then they want to scrutinise OUR BUDGET? Tell OILY to FUCK OFF!