MPs vote on Commons motion about EU referendum

483 voted against representative democracy.  111 voted for it.

Business as usual in the elected dictatorship.  Our public servants masters have spoken.  Nothing to see here.  Move along now.

10 Responses to “MPs vote on Commons motion about EU referendum”

  1. 1 Martin Brumby 25/10/2011 at 7:14 am

    So Cameron’s ploy of getting Sarkozy to have a hissy fit, in an attempt to burnish his “sceptic” credentials, didn’t really work out, did it?

  2. 2 ukipwebmaster 25/10/2011 at 8:14 am

    Monday 24th October 2011 A bad day for Dave and the political classes – A good day for the resistance:

  3. 3 TomTom 25/10/2011 at 8:45 am

    Ginger Group or Party Within A Party ? Either way the country cannot afford another Narcissist putting personal issues above national interest – one Blair was too many; Cameron is simply provoking Anger and Resentment

  4. 4 Bill 25/10/2011 at 8:54 am

    What a most excellent result as it proves beyond any doubt, at least to those paying attention which are still in the minority, that the Parliament is not of the people.
    It has become a tyrant.

  5. 5 The Pedant-General 25/10/2011 at 9:16 am

    “483 voted against representative democracy. ”

    It’s worse even than that. 483 voted against allowing us to say whether we would like representative democracy or not….

  6. 6 odeston 25/10/2011 at 9:45 am

    I don’t know how, or how soon, but Cameron MUST now be removed from office. This is our country, not his. We cannot allow ourselves to be ruled by this preposterous megalomaniac liar much longer.

  7. 8 Stuck-Record 25/10/2011 at 11:19 am

    Guilty men.

  8. 9 permanentexpat 25/10/2011 at 12:05 pm

    ————-we allowed, allow & will continue to allow this deadly farce. The Arabs do it better, maybe, but they took their time too. Of course they have the small added advantage of owning AK47s

  9. 10 ProgContra 26/10/2011 at 7:40 am

    Among the common myths that this farce should put an end to, (and which I list here:, is the myth that somehow the EU issue is the one that will ultimately lead to rebellion. The political classes will have taken note of how uninterested most people were in the ‘debate’. The EU issue will not galvanise a mass movement – far from it. The problem is still that most people feel no connection to political issues at all. As AM and Richard North have long been saying, we need to focus on those local issues that will cause people to wake up and get involved.

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