Brigadier provides essential information
Which is no less than the actual language of the EU treaty, since, incredibly, the Government has not seen fit to provide the treaty to MPs who will be voting on it.
Christopher Booker reports that “only after this week's crucial Second Reading will MPs be able to read the first ‘consolidated’ text of the new EU treaty”.
The service, Booker explains, is not being provided by the Government, “but thanks to a small private business organisation, the British Management Data Foundation (BMDF), run from the Cotswolds by Brigadier Anthony Cowgill and his son Andrew, and funded by some of Britain's leading blue-chip companies.”
It is to be hoped that once MPs have read the EU Treaty that puts Parliament out of business, they will reject it.
Thank you, dear Brigadier.