...and the problem is that these "English gentlemen", Islamic psychos all, are also holders of English passports. If you scan down the article you will come to the part about the EU wanting their citizens to not require visas. That is a problem. Their immigration standards are at least as bad as ours, but they are more generous in handing out ( in this case) English passports. What do you say about that?
US and EU foresee 'single market'
The United States and the European Union are to sign up to a new transatlantic economic partnership at a summit in Washington.
The pact is designed to boost trade and investment by harmonising regulatory standards, laying the basis for a US-EU single market.
The two sides will sign an Open Skies deal, designed to reduce fares and boost traffic on transatlantic flights.
But there will be only limited agreement on climate change.
The two sides will agree to set up an "economic council" to push ahead with regulatory convergence in nearly 40 areas, including intellectual property, financial services, business takeovers and the motor industry.
Without the US there can't be any success in coping with a globalised world
Limited hopes for EU-US summit
The aim is to increase trade and lower costs.
Some reports suggest that incompatible regulations in the world's two richest regions add 10% to the cost of developing and producing new cars.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose country holds the EU's rotating presidency, said last month that if the US and EU can set business norms today, they will "secure the markets of tomorrow".
She has made repairing damaged relations with the US a top priority, since she came to office 18 months ago.
According to the Reuters news agency, a draft statement to be agreed at the summit says climate change is a central challenge that requires "urgent, sustained, global action".
The draft reportedly also says the EU and US are committed to stabilising greenhouse gases, acknowledges the work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and urges the development and commercialisation of advanced technologies to "significantly cut" global emissions.
But correspondents say Ms Merkel faces a hard task persuading the US to agree to binding international commitments on fighting climate change, before a G8 summit Germany is chairing in six weeks' time.
President George Bush has refused to impose national limits on greenhouse gas emissions, saying they would harm the international economy.
The EU is hoping that the US will agree to withdraw its demand for travellers from a number of EU states to apply for visas.
It also wants an agreement to start work on another aviation deal, that would deepen the Open Skies pact, and enable Europeans to buy US airlines.
The President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, will also represent the EU side.
In three working sessions with President George Bush, they are expected to discuss Iran, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan.