"A Labour Government Would Not Have a Referendum"

Former Labour spinner and one time librarian John McTernan has let the cat out of the bag speaking about Europe on the Daily Politics.

JM: I think a referendum is ridiculous.

DP: People want it…

JM: I don’t care if people want it. People want lots of things…

DP: Do you think it will actually happen?

JM: No I don’t, no. I think that a Labour government would not have a referendum.

Guido would wager that McTernan is channelling, accidentally or otherwise, Miliband’s exact thinking there.




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