Richard North, 21/01/2005  
 

We’ve heard rumours before and there has been considerable (well, some) speculation on the government’s precise intentions viz-à-viz the Referendum Bill and the text of that darned question.

Now, according to the Evening Standard, the government is to kick off its campaign for the EU constitution next week by publishing that very question

And, according to that self-same source, the ballot papers will ask: "Should the United Kingdom approve the Treaty establishing a Constitution for the European Union?".

Details, we are told, will be formally announced next week at the first reading of the European Treaty Bill.






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