Friday, 17 October 2008

An object of contempt

click here to go to the blog When in October 1962, Hugh Gaitskell electrified the Labour Party conference with his 105 minute speech, wholly dedicated to the Common Market, the most singular and now oft-quoted passage has proved to be wholly accurate. "We must be clear about this," he said: "it does mean, if this is the idea, the end of Britain as an independent European state …

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