Here's our policy on Lisbon: we oppose it, and we want a referendum. And if it's not ratified by polling day, we'll have one. And if it is?
If it is, we'll announce what we do about its lack of legitimacy then. The Tories: crossing bridges when we come to them.
Labour hates it when David Cameron is pragmatic. It's sweet how desperate for a Euro-split they are. This sceptic is fine w/ being practical.
There, not difficult, is it? Even Kevin Maguire is capable of understanding the logic of that position. On second thoughts...