Politics can’t be put on hold for Lisbon

We are firmly in support of a Yes vote in the Lisbon Treaty referendum. This is principally because the consequences of a No vote would carry serious economic and political risks.

29th August, 2009

We are firmly in support of a Yes vote in the Lisbon Treaty referendum. This is principally because the consequences of a No vote would carry serious economic and political risks.

However, we feel suggestions that vital national business must be delayed until after the vote is misplaced. Our political system has already had a generous summer break. We cannot afford to wait another month for the Lisbon vote before making progress on the key...

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