2 April 2011
14:30 to 17:00
Friends Meeting House
173 Euston Road
London NW1 2BJ
Every poll ever taken in the UK shows a clear majority in favour or leaving the EU. We have been promised a referendum on our continued membership, first by Gordon Brown, then by Nick Clegg, and finally by 'Cast Iron' Dave Cameron. None of these have come to pass. Until now, denial of a voice to the British people has been a matter of dither and obfuscation rather than outright refusal. There has always been a good reason for 'not yet'.
Today, that has changed. From today's Daily Express:
So that's quite clear, then. In black and white.
But Downing Street insisted that the issue of EU membership was not on the
table. A spokesman said: “The Government believes that membership of the EU is
in the national interest, and for this reason there will not be a referendum on
whether we remain a member state.
We know best.
We know what you are going to say.
So we won't ask you.
Counterproductive to treat children like this. Illegal to treat employees like this. Government policy to treat a nation of 60m like this.
I'm not a halfwit. Tipping point reached. It's UKIP from now on.