I really do think this letter should have a wider reading , so here is his letter to the editor which I’ve taken from the Telegraph letters page. I particularly like his last line.
Good to knw one politician who doesn’t think we’re ‘barking’ or ‘extremists’.

SIR – The failure of the European project is embedded in the undemocratic structure of all the existing treaties, and these must be renegotiated.
William Hague says he wants to bring powers back from Europe, including social and employment laws, but concedes that the Liberal Democrats reject this. Furthermore, the Government advocates eurozone fiscal union, which would create a majority block vote against us in the single market, undermining the advantages that Mr Hague claims we gain from the EU.
Our trade deficit with the eurozone increased by £34 billion last year alone. The eurozone’s zero growth undermines our growth, because we trade with the EU. EU regulations cost us billions. The whole project has failed. Nibbling at the treaties will not work.
A referendum would not be sudden. The referendum motion calls for a bill in the next session of parliament. We must get ahead of the curve, which is why we need a vote in principle now. The three main parties oppose the motion, whipping not only their own MPs but the electors as well.

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

The only people who can save the situation are the British voters themselves.
Bill Cash MP (Con)
London SW1

Yes indeed Bill who does watch over them especially when they appear to have no conscience ?

Free counters!