It's clear no party will offer EU referendum
THE end of the political conference season has made clear to voters that no political party will support any referendum for, in or out of the EU, (except for UKIP).
For those of you who want the opportunity of a democratic vote the outlook is bleak unless the political elite are persuaded to change their mind.
The three party leaders seemed to be making speeches about personal attributes, but little if any of the real issues that concerned the British public, that have been mainly caused by EU membership and ill formed political judgements.
Britain is effectively bankrupt, the Prime Minister tells us that a million new jobs have been found in the private sector, but no mention of how many jobs have been lost in the last year, and why was the Prime Minister supporting the sell off of BAE to a merger controlled by the French and Germans that would cost thousands of British jobs if it had gone ahead.
No mention of the measures being taken for controlling the country's borders against illegal immigrants, or the waste of public money on foreign aid to countries that are financially better off than Britain, instead how the badly off working class are going to be hit even harder.
Certainly the politicians have given the voters nothing to look forward to as a result of their conferences.
R E ROWE