First, as I said earlier, only Labour has given the people of this country a say. Not John Major, not Margaret Thatcher—only a Labour Government consulted the people.
…Except when Heath did it. And when Labour lied about giving people referenda on the Lisbon Treaty and the Euro.
Labour: fans of people power but only when it suits them.
You’re talking cobblers Mick. Heath took us in to the Common Market without a referendum. Harold Wilson gave the British people a referendum when Labour came in to office to seek approval to stay in.
Labour said we would have a referendum before joining the Euro. If you check your pockets, you will find we didn’t actually join the Euro, so there was no need for a referendum.
Labour promised they would have a referendum on the European Constitution. That was scrapped, and therefore, no referendum. The Lisbon Treaty contained much of what was in the Constitution, and in my opinion we should have had a referendum.
But your comment is wrong in every single respect. Well done!