21 May 2003
The new European Constitution will affect nearly every aspect of our lives, including criminal justice, employment and social rights, the economy and our relations with the outside world.
Despite the fact this will mean fundamental and irreversible changes for Britain, the Government is unwilling to let the people have their say. This Bill calls for the Government to put the decision to a referendum, to let the people decide their future.
Although scheduled to receive its second reading on 11th July 2003, the Bill was talked-out.
You can contact my office at the House of Commons to request a copy of this Bill