Interesting goings on at the European parliament this morning then. As Trixy has blogged, the Pro-Referendum MEPs, mostly from the Independence and Democracy Group, along with other pro-referendum staff etc were wearing t-shirts with "Too Chicken for a Referendum" written on them. However, apparently none of the Tory MEP's wore t-shirts to protest on a matter that is, at least I thought it was, official party policy.
Apparently Dan Hannan took one of them, but not even Roger Helmer, who you'd have thought as a prominent member of Better Off Out, didn't wear one . Perhaps they thought it unbecoming of their positions? However, if the policy for a referendum is genuine, and I don't doubt that it is, surely Tory MEPs should be joining in with a protest calling for a referendum in the European Parliament, shouldn't they? Or were they told not too from above?