Monday, June 19, 2006

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Change your 'flip flops' to win

DAVID Cameron is facing calls from Eurosceptics within his party to recognise a parliamentary vote whereby the Conservatives declared themselves ready to tear up any European Union (EU) treaty. The Business

The debate dates back to a 15 May vote on regulatory reform, when an amendment was tabled by Bill Cash.

It called for Westminster to assert its primacy over Brussels on this issue.The text of the amendment called for the government to act “notwithstanding the European Communities Act 1972” – a technical form of words which means unilaterally overriding the EU Treaties which Britain has signed since joining the EU.

The issue appears to have taken the Tory leadership by surprise, with suggestions that Cameron may have authorised Tory whips to perform a fundamental u-turn on EU policy without fully realising the implications of the policy.


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