December 19, 2013

Cameron Will Ram Through EU Referendum

Daniel Hannan, Telegraph

The Associated Press

Ed Miliband had hoped that the EU issue would go away. He doesn’t trust us with a referendum, but he knows it’s unpopular to say so. Hence the degrading sight of Labour MPs seeking to talk out the In/Out referendum in the Commons, but being too chicken to vote against it when the moment came. The People’s Party can’t admit that it despises The People, so it had planned to asphyxiate the referendum quietly in the Lords, which is dominated by Europhile quangograts.

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TAGGED: United Kingdom, UK, David Cameron, European Union


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