Monday March 30, 2020

Treaty negatives failing to develop

The No campaign is finding it hard to sell the arguments that served it so well last year

19th September, 2009

With less than a fortnight to go to the second referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, the campaign unfolding is very different to the one that took place last year.

The treaty may be the same - but the arguments are different, the public mood is different and the economic context is clearly different. Even the players are different.

The No side has badly missed the moderate appeal given to it by Declan Ganley last year...

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