Van Rompuy plans £5bn EU tax grab from Britain.

With some 87% of the public now opposed to more money going to Brussels there's uproar this morning at the news that the appointed EU President Herman Van Rompuy and Co are plotting another £5.6 Billion tax grab from Britain.

Leaked documents seen by tbg. and forwarded to the Daily Express detail how the EU want to increase Britain's contribution by £800 million a year for the next seven years. Such a move would slash the rebate won by Lady Thatcher in 1984.

At present the UK gets an annual rebate of £3.2 Billion but under the leaked plans this would fall to below £2.4 Billion.

Its an issue that's almost certain to pile more pressure on David Cameron from his eurosceptic back-benchers.