Friday, 5 July 2013


Today is the vote for the European Referendum at Second Reading. Both Labour and the Lib Dems have told their MPs to stay away and abstain, although some have disregarded this. Both Labour and the Lib Dems do not just want you to not have your say on Europe, but cannot argue against having a referendum. So Labour and the Lib Dems have decided will not vote for it. The only party that can let you have your say on Europe is the Conservatives.

The Lib Dems won't vote for this Bill despite demanding one before the last General Election.

Don't bother with UKIP they will only let Labour in and the more time goes on it is clear they are in it for the Brussels gravy train rather than protecting the UK. UKIP MEPs rarely turn up to any votes and when they do they vote against protecting Great Britain, for example all UKIP MEPs voted to reject a real terms cut in the EU budget. They probably still wanted all those massive expenses MEPs get.

James Wharton's Bill has the full backing of all Conservative MPs from the Prime Minister to Sir Peter Tappsell, the Father of the House. The Conservatives are united in making sure that everyone in the Country by 2017 has had the chance to decide whether to be in the EU or out of the EU. Vote Conservative in 2015 to have your say.

Watch the debate here.


William Hague gave a Great Speech to the House, the Highlights are above. Thanks to Media Guido.

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