Snubby feeling, but still nuclear dealing
French can be hard to take at times. Remember Waterloo?
One would think the French would be more thankful for their freedom won by British and US liberators.
Snubbiness is what makes it special, isn’t it?
We say haggis and you say chateaubriand.
Half the cabinet has hopped on the Cameron Express to Paris today as Britain and France prepare to sign a landmark energy deal that will see a new generation of nuclear plants built in the UK.
However the eyes of the press will be on the body language between the two leaders following Cameron's late night veto of an EU treaty and 'Le Snub', where Sarkozy appeared to refuse to shake the prime minister's hand.”