People of East Stoke first to vote in parish polls on EU constitution as demand for referendum grows
Dorset. The English Channel is visible in the distance.
In a historic poll, the citizens of East Stoke, Dorset, will decide whether a referendum should be held in Britain on the EU constitution. The date of the poll is 20 SEPTEMBER. The question is critical since Britain is being increasingly submerged by EU bureaucrats and socialism.
East Stoke will be the first in a series of parish polls to be held across Britain if grassroots organizers are successful. The parish is one of the smallest electoral districts in Britain and very close to the people. Trevor Colman of UKIP SW is heading up the alliance planning the polls. It is not the easiest thing to get a parish poll approved, but to their credit they have managed it.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown continues to deny the British people the right to vote on whether they want to be part of a superstate that will destroy their freedoms. He is convinced that he knows what is best for all of us, and is uninterested in our desire and our right to decide what is best for ourselves.
The parish poll signals the people’s demand to be heard.