Good Morning, It’s EU Referendum Vote Day

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It’s make or break day for James Wharton’s EU referendum bill. Tory MPs were in a particularly confident mood at last night’s morale-booster barbecue in the Number 10 Rose Garden, though the possibility that Labour’s discipline will deteriorate following Ian Austin’s intervention yesterday and table an amendment calling for a referendum before 2015 is being mooted. Which is just what Miliband needs after yesterday. One Tory MP, only half joking, suggests to Guido spies will be sent out to check their Labour counterparts are not hiding somewhere in Westminster before the vote. Meanwhile CCHQ have launched their final digital push, Ed could have avoided attacks like this if he had taken a lead on Europe:

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It all could have been so different…


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