Colonel Rupet de Larrinaga, on the Isle of Man, said: 'I would vote 'No' to Maastricht because I don't think a federal state with a powerful bureaucracy would be in the interests of the citizen. Democracy would wither away. We're better off with a co-operative relationship between all the countries, working it out as we go along. I think tomorrow the French will probably vote against Maastricht.'
Jane de Nance, of Liverpool, said: 'I would vote 'Yes' - and I would think the outcome tomorrow will also be 'Yes', by a narrow majority.'
Rita de la Mere, of Brighton, said: 'I haven't thought about the referendum too seriously, I don't know the ins and outs of these things. I'm sorry I can't answer a little more intelligently but that's me - if I don't know the facts enough then I'd rather stay very neutral. But if France does vote 'No' it seems funny to think of it suddenly not being in Europe]'
Dorothy de Lisle, of Bournemouth, said: 'I always think I'd say 'No' in a referendum. As far as Britain's concerned, we're getting in too deeply into other people's affairs and losing our own individuality. We're just heading for a lot of trouble. I just have no idea how the French will vote tomorrow - they might surprise us]'
Bill de Witt, of north London, said: 'I would probably vote 'for' or 'yes' because it seems to me that a stronger Europe is needed, not a weaker one. If I were putting money on which way the French will vote, I'd put it on a 'yes' majority.'
Kathleen de Orfe, of Portsmouth, said: 'I wouldn't know how I'd vote because, in Britain, we've had no information about the treaty. There's nothing to guide us or tell us what's going on, though I think a referendum in this country wouldn't go amiss. Tomorrow's referendum vote in France is a 50-50 situation, it could go either way but they (the French) will probably be a little bit biased towards a 'yes' result.'
Kevin de Belle, in Southport, said: 'I'd vote against it because I just don't think it's right for us all to belong to one big state. Russia has gone just the opposite way, though not with too much success, yet] I think the French referendum will be a close-run thing but the 'yes' votes will win the day.'
Charles de Jesus, of south-east London, said: 'I'd vote 'yes' because I believe it would improve the economy over here and be better for everyone. But I think France will vote against it, and I find that quite depressing.'
Marjorie de St Croix, of Cosham, said: 'I'm not sure. I've been reading all the critics in the Daily Mail and it seems it would be a bit of a catastrophe if they (the French) didn't stay with it - so I'd go along with them (the Mail) and vote 'yes' I suppose. Otherwise it will cause such a lot of bother] I think the French will vote 'yes'.'
Anita de Winter, of Liverpool, said: 'I'd vote 'No'. After the news this week about exchange rates I think we're all thoroughly disgusted and disillusioned. The vote in France could go any way now.'Reuse content