Can any British Government be trusted to do what they say?
As William Hague now urges Tories to oppose EU referendum vote
William Hague has urged Tory MPs not to vote for a referendum on the UK remaining in the EU, saying it would be a distraction, yet this goes against the very pledges this government took to get elected into power, Nikki Sinclaire handed in 100,000 names to Downing Street calling for a public vote, is the British government going to dismiss the voices of England that want out of the EU? Hague says it will be a distraction, rubbish it will be far less of a distraction not being part of it? Wear this British government could fully concentrate on business here rather than spend most of its time worrying about the EU and having to spend billions of English taxes each year keeping fat cats sitting on their fat backside doing nothing to help England but burden us with their EU rubbish
On Monday, MPs are due to debate a motion which calls for a referendum to be held on UK membership of the EU.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Mr Hague said solving the euro-zone finance crisis should be the priority, what he forgot to say? is that the crisis couldn’t be solved, but trying would cost English tax payers billions of pounds trying when England is already severely burden with cuts in public spending Hague wants to burden England even more, well it’s very ok for the likes of Hague and the rest of the British MP’s that are making millions of pound each year, but it wouldn’t be for middle and low income earners will it? With more and more taxes and public service cuts to fund the EU and its euro mess?
He said a referendum would add to economic uncertainty when businesses need all the certainty they can get, what another load of rubbish it would be far better for English businesses and cost them far less if we pull out of the EU, Hague just wants like others to line his own pockets.
Hague’s spin, a half-witted prominent Eurosceptic, wrote: "As a Conservative, I want to bring powers back from Europe, as we set out in our election manifesto.
"But a referendum on England’s membership of the EU, especially at this time of profound economic uncertainty, is not the answer."
The half-wit added some more rubbish saying: "Nothing would do more to help our economic recovery than a resolution of the Euro-zone’s difficulties, while its disorderly break-up would have a very serious impact on our economy."
The Conservatives, the Lib Dems and Labour will all ask their MPs to oppose the motion calling for a referendum to be held on UK membership of the EU.
The motion calls for a referendum by May 2013 and says the public should have three options put to them in the nationwide vote - keeping the status quo, leaving the EU or reforming the terms of the UK's membership of the EU and if England is still a democracy under British rule then a vote must be put to the people but if England has become a dictatorship England won’t get the vote and civil war could be next as there are many Englishmen and women that will not stand by and let the British government dictate, when there has been overwhelmingly support for a vote in England and Cameron and other British MP’s could be the cause of the next civil war in England.
English campaigners for a referendum are due to hold a day-long meeting in Westminster to try to gather more English public support already reaching over 100,000 plus people.
A large number of MPs are expected to back the proposal, which was put forward by Tory MP David Nuttall, although a vote in favour would not be binding on the British government but would most certainly lead to un-rest in England if they didn’t hold to the pelages they made to get into power.
In the coalition agreement, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems, a traditionally pro-European party, agreed to "ensure that the British government is a positive participant in the European Union, playing a strong and positive role with its partners".
On Friday, The Humpty Dumpty Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said it was the worst time for a debate about Britain leaving the EU as a "firestorm" engulfs the Euro-zone. (And if England stays in the EU that same firestorm that engulf the Euro-zones will engulf England)
Nikki Sinclaire MEP on petition for EU referendum a former UKIP, now independent, MEP went across the country championing the call for a referendum on the UK remaining in the EU.
Nikki Sinclaire handed in 100,000 names to Downing Street calling for a public vote and was joined by many Conservatives and Labour MPs who want a vote in the House of Commons.
Former minister Tony McNulty said there should be a referendum as they discussed why Tory and Labour governments had failed to deliver on their pledges to offer votes on the EU. (Will England become the next Libya as the ENA started a weekend exercise on the Southdown’s with more than 300 southern troops taking part, many Sussex counties seeing English troops in its towns and railway stations for the first time in English history since the Civil War led to the trial and execution of Charles I, the exile of his son, Charles II, and replacement of English monarchy with first, the Commonwealth of England (1649–53), and then with a Protectorate (1653–59), under Oliver Cromwell's personal rule.)