I am something of an anomaly in the Lib Dems. I don't support the coalition and I am no fan of the EU. So David Cameron's capitulation to the Eurocrats today came as a ruther disappointment o me.
Apparently, according to David Cameron, he "succeeded spectacularly" when he managed to negotiate an increase in UK payments to the EU of £450m a year. It does make me wonder what else he might describe in such terms.
Presumably England "succeeded spectacularly" when getting hammered by the Germans 4-1 in the World Cup.
I would love to read your suggestions as to what else David Cameron use the term "succeeded spectacularly" to describe.