According to Prodicus, enough Danish MPs have signed a motion to force a referendum on the EU not-a-constitution.
THis is excellent news – the not-a-constitution theoretically can’t go ahead without every member state ratifying it. With the leaders of every member state desperately trying (and mostly succeeding) to avoid a referendum, we could very find that our fate as an independent nation relies entirely on the Danish people doing the right thing and voting against the not-a-constitution.
There is, of course, a possibility that the Republic of Ireland might hold a referendum but the Irish are eurofederalists and we can’t rely on them to derail the EU gravy train.
The One Eyed Wonder of Wankistan won’t let us have a referendum now and that’s for sure. Even if it wasn’t for the fact he’s a rampant eurofederalist and the bribes he was undoubtedly offered the other day, he wouldn’t give us a referendum because the Tories are calling on him to do so. There’s a difference between stealing populist policies like reforming stamp duty off the Tories and changing his mind on holding a referendum. There is no way in the world that he is going to hand the Tories a propaganda victory over the EU not-a-constitution.
So it will fall to our neighbours on the continent to put a stop to the not-a-constitution. Our fate in the hands of foreigners … at home and abroad. Not a good position for an Englishman to be in.