Letter: Tory vote on euro
Thursday 10 September 1998
In the past three years, we have seen the global warming conference effectively scuppered by the pressure of oil companies on the US Congress and a ban on advertising tobacco undermined by lobbying from the motor racing industry. We have been forced to accept genetically modified soya against the wishes of the vast majority of people in this country.
When we have no right to determine what goes into our food and cannot take effective action to protect our environment, the issue of loss of sovereignty on currency looks small indeed.
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