Here is a quick draft of an email I will be sending to my MP
On THIS MONDAY, 24th October the House of Commons will debate the following motion: "This House calls upon the Government to introduce a bill in the next session of Parliament to provide for the holding of a National Referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union, leave the European Union, or renegotiate the terms of its membership in order to create a new relationship based on trade and cooperation
As I am sure you know around 80% of UK laws are now made by the EU, I can only assume you are not a fascist & will do the right thing & vote yes to a referendum against the EU dictatorship, even the signatory to the Maastricht treaty John Major, has realised his ignorance & made a statement that we must get out, The Euro is a dismal failure & I am sure you will not want to tell your Grandchildren in the future that you voted for the UK to be dragged down with the EU
Do what is right Monday by a yes vote.....
Here is your local mp finder
& below is further reading, from UKIP but regardless of who you vote for, if you think the UK in the EU is wrong then please act & spread this far & wide
Wednesday, 19th October 2011
“Tonight’s decision to bring forward the debate and vote on having a referendum on our membership of the EU smacks of blind panic in Downing Street,” said Nigel Farage MEP the leader of UKIP.
The vote had been scheduled for Thursday next week but has now been brought forward to Monday because David Cameron and William Hague are to fly out to Australia.
“The plain fact is that the Prime Minister is horrified at the momentum that is growing across the country for such a vote. Despite him ordering a three line whip he does not have the confidence that it will work without him there to twist arms personally," Mr Farage said.
"Rather than delay the vote until he had returned from the Commonwealth meeting he has brought it forward. He has done this simply to try to stem the flow of ordinary members of the public trying to persuade their so called representatives to do just that, represent their views”, he said.
Despite this change of date, UKIP voters will be outside and inside the House of commons in force."
Earlier this week, Mr Farage said he holds little hope of a 'Yes' vote in the EU Referendum debate.
"Having this debate in Westminster is a good start, but with all party leaders demanding that their MPs reject the motion, I hold out little hope of a yes vote," he said.
"The timescale is deliberately short to make it hard for people to lobby their MPs, and the space for debate on such a massive issue is limited.
"The real debate is going on out there in the country, in people's homes, businesses and pubs.
"We know from many polls that a vast majority of people want this referendum, we learn next week how many of the MPs have the courage to support their constituents.
"I urge everybody to write to their MPs as soon as possible, they must be made aware of the strength of feeling on this matter. You can do so via http://www.theyworkforyou.com
or directly to the House of Commons.
"I also call on Ed Miliband and his party to vote in favour of a referendum to apply the maximum pressure possible on David Cameron. This is Ed's chance to show that he is in tune with the British people and is a proper democrat."
The motion to be put to the House of Commons on October 24 reads:
"This motion calls upon the government to introduce a bill in next session of Parliament to provide for the holding of a referendum on whether the UK should remain a member of the EU on the current terms, leave the EU, or renegotiate the terms of its membership in order to create a new relationship based on trade and cooperation."Edit; Mine has been sent!