Yesterday the Conservative leadership used a general constitutional Bill to seek a mandatory referendum on any transfer of power from the UK to the EU.
Despite telling us there are no further transfers of power planned, the government opposed such a sensible and necessary measure, reminding us of the way they renegd on their peldge to hold one on Lisbon. They voted us down again.
Let it not be said Conseravtives are afraid to talk about the EU, or secretly want to see more Treaties and more powers transferred. The pity is a good debate was kept off the airwaves. Presumably Labour would not welcome the public being told that yet again they have voted against the public’s involvement in how they are governed.