The European election could give UK voters the voice Westminster has denied them

Strange to say, but the 2019 European parliament election could turn into one of the turning points of British political history.

You might think it is obvious, in a modern democracy, that voters should be engaged in shaping the most profound change in our country’s international relationships for more than 50 years. And that a single vote nearly three years ago does not provide a basis on which party politicians, most of whom voted against the policy anyway, can claim the right to exclude the voters from the process.

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