Resurrected from a phrase William Hague used almost a decade ago Call Me Dave, who did the resurrecting, has still not realised that it is vacuous. Nothing illustrates that vacuousness more than this excerpt from Daniel Hannan's comment piece in today's Sunday Telegraph.
"You can't decentralise power in the UK while centralising it in the EU. You can't object to the quango state while submitting to the biggest quango of the lot, namely the unelected European Commission. You can't ask for across-the-board budget savings while increasing our net contributions to Brussels by 60 per cent. You can't strengthen parliamentary control over the executive when orders-in-council simply implement EU rulings. You can't, in conscience, give people a referendum on how to elect their MPs while denying them a referendum on whether those MPs are sovereign."
Oh, and you cannot ask the British people to accept a government with a manifesto on which no-one had the opportunity to cast a vote!