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  • We believe that this change will give us an opportunity to represent you at Queen's Park, if the Referendum is approved.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • UPDATE: EU Referendum is liveblogging this excellent result.

    A Nation Once Again!

  • I Want a Referendum is organising a mass lobby of Parliament on Wednesday 27 February 2008, from 11am to 6pm.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • East of England for a Referendum is part of the national I Want a Referendum campaign, the chairman of which, Derek Scott, attended the event.

    This Blog is Closed.-

  • Appleton continued: The whole issue behind Initiative and Referendum is it belongs to the people.

    Sound Politics: A legislative coup to undermine the people's constitutional right of initiative

  • As to the Referendum itself, EU Referendum is entirely right to make an issue out of the use of the weasel words "the constitutional concept ...... is abandoned".

    Archive 2007-07-29

  • The final suggestion as to how to get rid of the Referendum is to hold a General Election on a manifesto that says ‘No referendum’, to win the election and then say there is no commitment to hold referendum.

    Archive 2007-08-26

  • Overall, the experience of all the volunteers working on Harlow's People's Referendum is that:

    How Very Dare You ?!

  • Harlow's People's Referendum is staffed entirely by local volunteers at no cost to our town or council.

    Look Back In Anger

  • Le référendum en Suisse (Brussels, 1892), of which there is an English translation, by C.P. Trevelyan, under the title The Referendum in

    The Governments of Europe

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