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European Union and a referendum?

In October 2003, the last in a series of IGCs (Inter-Governmental Conference) began in Rome between the representatives of all the member states of the European Union, to discuss the most ambitious and challenging proposals ever to confront Europe's national leaders.

Graham Wood

The second and final Treaty of Rome, if agreed and ratified, would for the first time in Europe's history abolish the independent nation status of each country for absorption into a new embryo state - the European Union, or United States of Europe, as it may be called.