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Britain in Europe

Asked whether the PM would provide a referendum on Britain’s involvement in Europe, the PMS said that it was not in the country’s interests to hold a referendum on Europe at the moment and that it was right to concentrate on solving the Eurozone problems. However, should there be any proposed transfer of power to Brussels, a referendum on those proposals would be triggered.

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  1. “it was not in the country‚Äôs interests to hold a referendum on Europe at the moment”

    80% of the electorate happen to think it’s time to hold a referendum. These are the people that PAY YOUR WAGES and we are entitled to a say. We were conned into this club, our money has been stolen from us to fund this club and NOW WE WANT OUT.

    Comment by Sue — 14 Jun 2012 on 12:11 pm | Link

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