I’ve said previously that if the government knew where the interweb would go they’d have banned it. On the day the Prime Mentalist launches the Labour Party manifesto, let’s remind ourselves what he recently told a court:
The pledge to hold a referendum on the EU constitution was in the Labour manifesto of 2005. In 2008 a member of UKIP took McRuin to court when he broke this pledge, citing breach of contract. Speaking through his barrister, he told the court “manifesto pledges are not subject to legitimate expectation”.