Sunday, December 16, 2012

Lincolnshire County Council votes 72 - 7 for EU Referendum

Lib Dems and Independents joined the Tory majority in Lincolnshire in a 72-7 vote for Britons to have a say on their destiny within the union.
Complaining of increased EU powers their motion stated: “Our residents are upset and angry that they have no powers to stem the tide, or change laws imposed on our country, which in part explains the distrust voters generally feel for all mainstream parties. "It is now the time for this country to be given the opportunity through a national referendum for their views to be known.”

The entire article in the Sunday Express may be read from here.

Elsewhere a poll reports that UKIP is cementing its place as third party in Britain's politics, currently polling at around 14% in three polls published this morning as headline on Sky News, more on that topic on my blog  Ukip Uncovered

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Blogger James Higham said...

The fear is still going to be in the framing of the question and the ability of the facts to be laid down in the flyers.

5:47 AM  

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