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Wednesday, July 30, 2003  

So what is going to be left for us?
This letter from Bill Cash in yesterday's Telegraph points out that the issue of the Euro for Britain has been overtaken by events, decisions are being taken without our say so, or our knowledge. The House of Commons rubber stamps them and they are Law. The Euro itself is an accepted part of the constitution, and the government hopes to force the constitution through without a referendum.

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