January 15, 2013

Europhiles Must Push for a Referendum

Will Straw, Daily Telegraph

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The US and Germany are right to warn against Britain leaving the EU. But they are wrong to oppose a referendum. It may create some short-term uncertainty, but in the longer term it will settle a question that has hampered Britain for years.

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