Yesterday I asked Mr Miliband if we could have some democracy in Europe, to mirror the democracy he says he wishes to support or introduce elsewhere in the world. I was wasting my breath. He is a keen supporter of the European project, which proceeds on its meddling centralising way despite the views of European people.
I pointed out that Ireland is given two referenda, because they did like the result of the first one, whilst the UK is not allowed one at all, despite the government’s promise. Lisbon is being forced upon reluctant peoples, with political elites refusing votes, ignoring votes, or changing the words to conceal the truth of the project.
I also said Parliament should send a message to the countries that have shown reluctance to ratify the Treaty, that the UK public is against it. Come a General Election and a widely forecast change of government, the UK will veto the Treaty for them. They should all hang on refusing to ratify so the British people can once again save Europe from its political classes.