Tebbit on treaty

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The former Conservative chairman, Lord Tebbit, attacked the Maastricht treaty at a meeting in the Danish parliament saying: 'Three weapons are being used by the 'yes' campaigners: fear, ignorance and misstatements of facts,' Reuter reports from Copenhagen.

Danish backing for the treaty has recovered ahead of the second referendum next Tuesday, according to a Gallup survey suggesting that 49 per cent would vote 'yes', 32 per cent 'no' with 19 per cent undecided or planning not to vote.

Andrew Marr, page 27

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