Bill Cash @ The Independent: "The centre of gravity on the Europe issue has shifted to the Tories. The proof of the pudding will be in the eating. The proposals will not come from Downing Street or the Foreign Office, but from the European Commission. The question is how you react to them –do you say yes or no when they can be approved under qualified majority voting [when Britain would not have a veto]. It is very simple. Implementing the Lisbon Treaty is a further transfer of power, and so the answer is no because we [the Tories] voted against it. Full stop."
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The House of Lords undermines the Withdrawal Bill – Bill Cash Articles on Brexit Central: Failure to reverse the Wrexiteers’ changes to the EU Withdrawal Bill would undermine trust in democracy itself
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