Monday, 1 June 2009

Well Mr. Cameron?

Little noticed, it is believed, is the following article in the Times.

Stuart Wheeler is quoted as saying:

"I am prepared to bet Cameron or anyone else £100,000 that if the EU constitution has already become law by the time he comes to power he will not deliver.

“People should be under no illusion about this: voting for the Tories on Thursday will be no guarantee of stopping more powers transferring to Brussels without the British people being given a say.”

Wheeler said he would withdraw his bet if Cameron pledged before the next general election that he would hold a referendum, even if the constitution had become law.

As the heading to this post says - Well Mr. Cameron?

After all, this must be the easiest bet Cameron could win and, lets face it, it has an added advantage - the country's taxpayers could save a years allowances.

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