A referendum for Britain?

The veto is gone now, and now there is no other option now other than a referendum on whether or not Britain pulls out of the EU.

The People’s Pledge is a cross-party EU referendum campaign seeking to have a referendum on Britain’s future in the EU.

A major political campaign aimed at securing a historic referendum on whether Britain should stay in the EU or quit Brussels for good was launched today.

The cross-party ‘People’s Pledge’ campaign aims to pile pressure on party leaders and MPs to support a poll that would settle the divisive question of EU membership once and for all.

It hopes to emulate Barack Obama by harnessing the power of the internet to mobilise support in every constituency.

Polling for the campaign launch shows that 61 per cent would like a referendum on whether Britain should remain within the European Union, with just 25 per cent against. A majority of supporters of all three parties back the idea.

It means support for a referendum on the EU is more than double the level for the referendum on changing Britain’s voting system planned for May 5.

Daniel Hannan is speaking in support of the campaign:


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