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Tag Archives: Referendum
The Irish government has published the results of opinion research, carried out by the polling company Millward Brown IMS, into the reasons for the recent Irish NO vote on the Lisbon Treaty (a.k.a. the European Constitution). And guess what. The … Continue reading
Myself with Prof. Fred Singer at the June 23rd climate seminar Photo courtesy of the European Parliament At the end of the drafting process for the failed European Constitution, after eighteen months of deliberation in Brussels at a “European Convention” … Continue reading
We’ve campaigned. We’ve lobbied. We’ve marched. We’ve demonstrated (in December, you recall, I was fined £600 for demonstrating for a referendum in the Strasbourg parliament). We’ve collected signatures on petitions. We’ve printed leaflets. There have been dozens of village referendums. … Continue reading