Daniel Hannan methodically takes them apart, one by one:
Gordon Brown was every bit as wooden, perfunctory and unconvincing as expected. He trotted out all the standard claims about the Euro-constitution, but his heart wasn’t in it. He knows, and we know, and he knows that we know, that it’s piffle.
This is simply yet another Continental invasion of the British Isles, abetted by British traitors. That it takes the form of bureaucrats instead of soldiers only makes it less violent, at least until one of the so-called member states tries to leave.