Sunday, 12 October 2008

Reminder Luton EU Referendum programme Tonight

ITV's Tonight programme, hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald, is releasing the results of the EU referendum in Luton tonight. Three thousand local residents of Luton (although Luton has a total population of 202,500) had the chance to vote either 'Yes' or 'No' to the Lisbon Treaty, and to whether we should stay in or come out of the EU.

Democracy Movement led the 'No' side and the Labour MP for Luton North, Kelvin Hopkins, together with Thomas Rupp and Gayle Kinkead from the European Referendum Campaign also supported the 'NO' campaign.

'Pop svengali' music producer and Pop Idol judge Pete Waterman had also supported a 'No' vote, as did Bob Crow - RMT union leader and chair of Trade Unionists Against the EU Constitution.

The programme will be broadcast on ITV1 at 8pm tonight monday the 13th of October.

The results should be interesting If the YES group win it, they will never shut up about it,ever.If the NO group win, by a narrow margin,it will be called as just being a little bit of fun,and then quietly forgotten about,for ever.

We will see.

According to the Democracy Movement website, this programme has been put back to 20th October 2008. Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience caused.



MikeH said...

Apparently the referendum programme has been postponed to Monday 20 October (according to DM website), as they're doing something on the credit crisis tonight. I'll be watching just in case though!