Get Britain Out is quoted in Sputnik UK, commenting on the Prime Minister David Cameron’s recent suggestion the In/Out referendum could be held earlier than 2017:
However for Alan Murad from Eurosceptic campaign group Get Britain Out it is a priority and the referendum, says Murad is long overdue: “The Great British Public have not had a say on Europe for four decades. No Briton under the age of 60 has ever had the chance to vote on our membership of the EU. So an in-out referendum is long overdue. Nobody in Britain signed up for any political union with a federal Europe. The sooner we Get Britain Out of the EU the better”.
Meanwhile Alan Murad from ‘Get Britain Out’ says Cameron’s attempts to undermine UKIP have done little to slow the advance in popularity of Nigel Farage’s party. Murad thinks Cameron is, “half-hearted, both about the referendum and his promise to negotiate radical changes to our relationship with the EU. He repeats vague ‘red lines’ in the sand, while omitting the voters’ main concern over free movement of EU migrants”.
“Clearly Cameron does not want to let the EU endanger his re-election. This casual suggestion of a possible early referendum is clearly a fish to catch some of the defectors, in the hope this will strengthen his position in May”.
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