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McGrath of Harlow Brexit #2 (2815* d) RE: Brexit #2 09 Jan 19


"The electorate should be asked for their opinion when all our questions have been answered, when all the details are known, when the legislation has been finally tempered and scrutinised."

For once Tony Blair was spot on in laying down the basic terms for a referendum on this issue. Though of course he was talking about a referendum that could only have taken place if the proposed EU Constitution had still been there to vote about.

And this quote sums up the things that were completely lacking in Cameron's botched referendum. It is bizarre for it to be deployed by an opponent of a fresh "people's vote" when it actually serves to lay down the basic requirements for such a vote.




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