We still haven't forgotten or forgiven Cameron's betrayal, his backtracking, on a referendum on the Lisbon
Constitution Treaty, and with the Cloggies in coalition there is less chance than ever of actually securing a referendum in the near future. Yet this is not as inappropriate a time as it seems to launch a new Referendum campaign; these things take time to reach critical mass, and politics is more fluid now than it has been for many years. There are realignments, mergers, pacts and arrangements more possible now than they have been for some time.
The aim must be to keep the words 'EU Referendum' constantly in the air, for the political class to see them everywhere they look, and for the public to become as familiar with them as breathing. They should be in every email signature, appended to every piece of paper we transfer, pencilled on every banknote that passes through our hands, written on junk-mail envelopes and posted back, scrawled on the wall above every urinal in the country.
Our time will come.