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04 November 2009
Cameron reneges on European referendum
They don't call it a constitution, at least not since the French and Dutch rejected it. A few words were changed here and there and the Lisbon Treaty was created, but it amounts to the same thing. The Tories promised the British people a referendum on this document, but now that the Czechs have ratified it they have reneged on that promise.

All the Tories had to do was sit back, watch Nu-Labour continue to self-destruct and then reap the benefit at the next election. Instead they have started to play silly buggers, and have opened up all their old wounds over the issue of Britain's continued membership of the European Union.

The sensible thing for David Cameron to do would be to pledge a referendum on withdrawal from the EU. At a stroke her would ensure a massive majority at the next election, as well as cutting into the soft underbelly of the BNP vote.

However, whoever said that politicians were sensible?



Brilliant and concise post, Exile. One area in which America still has Europe trumped. At least we let the plebs vote on tricky issues, even if they don't end up making the 'right' or acceptable decision.

4 November 2009 at 15:53  

The European elite is trying to create a state via the back door - they have to because the know how hostile the populations are to the idea.

Cameron would rather damage his party at the polls than run the risk of going against his fellow conspirators and offer the people a choice.

The BNP will do very well out of all this.

4 November 2009 at 17:13  

Brown calling an in-or-out referendum before the election would be even more interesting.

Cameron wouldn't want one. It would only win him the election if he promised a referendum and a No campaign, which he won't do in a month of Sundays.

The Tories will bottle this just like Labour did. And everybody knows it.

This will benefit UKIP more than the BNP. They have the "brand recognition" on Europe.

4 November 2009 at 18:10  

Yes, because neither of them has any loyalty to Britain. I think that you may be right about the UKIP, but watching the HP gang et al shit their loads is good sport.

4 November 2009 at 18:27  

Yes, I've given up on HP - too much bloody prissy censorship.

4 November 2009 at 19:33  

HP allows well-fed bumsuckers to pretend that they are of the urban working class tribe. All bollocks of course, which is why they are shitting their loads at the thought of the BNP doing well next May.

They just don't get that they are part of the reason why the party will do well.

5 November 2009 at 01:56  

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