Stuart Bower brings suit against Prime Minister
If you were a Guardian reader who had a residue of common sense and appreciation of history, you might have been tempted to vote for the Labour Party in the last election, despite your reservations about their euromania, because of the Party's promise to hold a referendum on the EU Constitution.
That pledge has not been kept.
John Wallace writes us that UKIP Arundel & South Downs member Stuart Bower is bringing the Prime Minister to court in Brighton, claiming breach of contract for his refusal to allow a referendum as promised in the Labour Party's 2005 manifesto.
We are pleased that yet another 'ordinary' citizen is standing up for his legal rights, just as our ancestors did.