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Sunday, 12 August 2007

Britain 'sold down the river': what life under the EU treaty could be

Gordon Brown is facing increasing pressure to honour Labour's election manifesto pledge to hold a referendum on the 'new' EU Treaty - which bears an overwhelming resemblance to the old, rejected EU constitution.

The Treaty, which is largely unintelligible, would transfer many of Britain's powers over migration, energy and transport to Brussels.

So, what would happen if the Treaty were brought in through the back door?

Will the inroads into British sovereignty stop there?

A leading historian transports himself forward to 2020 to discover what life in this country might be like under the EU Treaty. More...