BRITAIN will get a referendum on the EU and it could even come before the next general election, a senior minister suggested yesterday.
Leading Euro-sceptic Iain Duncan Smith said the issue of a public vote was just a matter of “when and on what”.
The Work and Pensions Secretary’s comments appeared to go beyond hints by David Cameron that Britain will get a vote, but probably after the 2015 election and on new membership terms rather than whether to stay in or leave.
Mr Duncan Smith told BBC1’s Andrew Marr show: “Well, the Prime Minister’s already said he’s not against a referendum and it’s just a matter of when and on what, and we’re looking at that at the moment.
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