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Liga interregional - Gruppe 4 SUI 2. Liga interregional - Gruppe 5 SUI 2. Throughout this period, the Labour Party was divided, both on the substantive issue of EC accession and on the question of whether accession ought to be approved by referendum.
In pro-Market figures such as Roy Jenkins , the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party , said a Labour government would have agreed to the terms of accession secured by the Conservatives.
Labour had previously opposed a referendum, but the Shadow Cabinet decided to support Marten's amendment. Jenkins resigned as Deputy Leader in opposition to the decision, and many Labour MPs abstained in the division.
At the February United Kingdom general election , the Labour Party manifesto promised renegotiation of the UK's terms of membership, to be followed by a consultative referendum on continued membership under the new terms if they were acceptable.
Within one month of coming into office the Labour Government started the negotiations promised in its February manifesto on the basis set out in that manifesto.
It is as yet too early to judge the likely results of the tough negotiations which are taking place. But whatever the outcome in Brussels, the decision will be taken here by the British people.
This could be interpreted as including the option of an election in Labour managed to win a very small working majority, and had no need of another general election and the referendum was organised.
The government produced a white paper on the proposed referendum on 26 February it recommended core public funding for both the 'Yes' and 'No' sides, voting rights for members of the armed forces and members of the House of Lords, and finally a proposed single central count of the votes for the whole country.
This white paper was approved by the House of Commons. Prior to the Bill's passing, there was no procedure or legislation within the United Kingdom for holding any such plebiscite.
The vote, the only nationwide plebiscite to be held in the UK during the 20th century, was of constitutional significance. Referendums had been widely opposed in the past, on the grounds that they violated the principle of parliamentary sovereignty.
The first major referendum i. How the votes were to be counted caused much division as the Bill went through Parliament.
The government was of the opinion that, given that the poll was substantially different from a general election, and that as a national referendum the United Kingdom was a single constituency, an unprecedented single national count of all the votes for the whole country should take place at Earls Court in London over several days, with one declaration of the final result by the National Counting Officer later in the legislation the title was changed to Chief Counting Officer.
This proposal did not attract the wider support of the Labour Party or the other opposition parties; the Liberal Party favoured individual counts in each of the parliamentary constituencies, and tabled an amendment to this effect, but was defeated by to votes in the House of Commons.
However, another amendment, tabled in the Commons by Labour MP Roderick MacFarquhar , sought to have separate counts for each administrative region the post county council areas : this won cross-party support, and was carried by to votes.
It received royal assent on 8 May , just under a month before the vote took place. The question that would be put to the British electorate, as set out in the Act was:.
The question that was used was one of the options in the Government White Paper of February , although during the passage of the Referendum Bill through Parliament, the Government agreed to add the words "Common Market" in brackets at the end of the question.
The referendum took place 25 years before the passing of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act by the Labour government of Tony Blair , which introduced into British law a general procedure for the holding of all future UK-wide referendums, and also created the Electoral Commission , a body that would oversee such votes and also test and research proposed referendum questions.
The referendum was called in April after the renegotiation was formally concluded. Since Prime Minister Harold Wilson 's cabinet was split between supporters and opponents of the Common Market, and since members of each side held their views strongly, he made the decision, unprecedented outside coalition government , to suspend the constitutional convention of Cabinet collective responsibility.
Cabinet members would be allowed to publicly campaign against each other. In total, seven of the twenty-three members of the cabinet opposed EC membership.
In spite of this, one minister, Eric Heffer , was obliged to resign after speaking against EC membership in the House of Commons. The influential Conservative Edward du Cann said that "the Labour party is hopelessly and irrevocably split and muddled over this issue".
Some Labour 'No' supporters, including Varley, were on the right wing of the party, but most were from the left. The 'No' campaign also included a large number of Labour backbenchers ; upon the division on a pro-EC White Paper about the renegotiation, Labour MPs opposed their own government's measure, whereas only supported it and 32 abstained.
The Conservative party is divided on it too", du Cann — head of the Conservatives' Committee — added,  although there were far fewer Eurosceptic figures in the Parliamentary Conservative Party in than there would be during later debates on Europe, such as the accession to the Maastricht Treaty.
Most of the Ulster Unionist Party were for 'No' in the referendum, most prominently the former Conservative minister Enoch Powell , who after Benn was the second-most prominent anti-Marketeer in the campaign.
Conservative and Liberal Party conferences consistently supported EC membership for several years up to At a Labour Party conference on 26 April , the Labour membership rejected continuing EC membership by almost a margin.
Tony Benn said, "We have had a conference and the decision is clear It is very clear that there now must be a move for the Labour Party to campaign.
Prior to the conference, the party had decided that if the conference voted by a margin of or more in favour of a particular option, it would then support that position in the referendum campaign.
Otherwise, the 'party machine' would remain neutral. Therefore, the Labour Party itself did not campaign on either side.
The government distributed pamphlets from the official Yes  and No  campaigns to every household in Britain, together with its own pamphlet which argued in support of EC membership.
During the campaign, almost the entire mainstream national British press supported the 'Yes' campaign. The left-wing Morning Star was the only notable national daily to back the 'No' campaign.
Television broadcasts were used by both campaigns, like party political broadcasts during general elections. They attracted audiences of up to 20 million viewers.
The 'Yes' campaign advertisements were thought to be much more effective, showing their speakers listening to and answering people's concerns, while the 'No' campaign's broadcasts featured speakers reading from an autocue.
The 'Yes' campaign enjoyed much more funding, thanks to the support of many British businesses and the Confederation of British Industry.
According to the treasurer of the 'Yes' campaign, Alistair McAlpine , "The banks and big industrial companies put in very large sums of money".
At the time, business was "overwhelmingly pro-European",  and Harold Wilson met several prominent industrialists to elicit support.
It was common for pro-Europeans to convene across party and ideological lines with businessmen. Much of the 'Yes' campaign focused on the credentials of its opponents.
According to Alistair McAlpine, "The whole thrust of our campaign was to depict the anti-Marketeers as unreliable people — dangerous people who would lead you down the wrong path It wasn't so much that it was sensible to stay in, but that anybody who proposed that we came out was off their rocker or virtually Marxist.
His claims were ridiculed by the 'Yes' campaign and ministers; the Daily Mirror labelled Benn the "Minister of Fear", and other newspapers were similarly derisive.
Ultimately, the 'No' campaign lacked a popular centrist figure to play the public leadership role for their campaign that Jenkins and Wilson fulfilled in the 'Yes' campaign.
The referendum was held nationally across all four countries of the United Kingdom as a single majority vote in 68 counting areas under the provisions of the Referendum Act , for which the then administrative counties of England and Wales and the then newly formed administrative regions of Scotland were used, with Northern Ireland as a single counting area.
The following table shows the breakdown of the voting areas for the referendum within the United Kingdom. The result was a decisive endorsement of continued EC membership, which won by a huge majority of 8,, votes In total, over two-thirds of voters supported continued EC membership.
At council level, support for EC membership was positively correlated with support for the Conservative Party and with average income.
In contrast, poorer areas that supported Labour gave less support to the question. Scotland and Northern Ireland gave less support to the question than the British average.
Once the voting areas had declared, their results were then relayed to Sir Philip Allen, the Chief Counting Officer, who later declared the final result.
All the counting areas within the United Kingdom returned large majority 'Yes' votes except for two Scottish regions, the Shetland Islands and the Western Isles , which returned majority votes in favour of 'No'.
There were several programmes throughout the day. Part of the coverage was repeated to mark the 30th anniversary of the referendum in June ; it was also reshown to mark the 40th anniversary in June on the BBC Parliament channel, and was to be shown again to mark the 41st anniversary, ahead of the EU Referendum.
Nobody in Britain or the wider world should have any doubt about its meaning. It was a free vote, without constraint, following a free democratic campaign conducted constructively and without rancour.
It means that fourteen years of national argument are over. It means that all those who have had reservations about Britain's commitment should now join wholeheartedly with our partners in Europe, and our friends everywhere to meet the challenge confronting the whole nation.
Enoch Powell gave this reaction to the result in a newspaper a few days after the referendum:. Or not quite yet. No, not yet. It is no more than provisional … This will be so as long Parliament can alter or undo whatever that or any other Parliament has done.
Roy Jenkins said: "It puts the uncertainty behind us. It commits Britain to Europe; it commits us to playing an active, constructive and enthusiastic role in it.
The result strengthened Harold Wilson's tactical position, by securing a further post-election public expression of support for his policies.
In the House of Commons, the issue of Europe had been effectively settled for two years, until the debate about direct elections to the European Parliament began in The result went on to provide a major pro-European mandate to politicians, particularly in the UK Parliament , for the next forty-one years until the EU membership referendum was held on Thursday 23 June , when the UK voted by On that occasion the relative difference of enthusiasm for membership was reversed, with England and Wales voting to leave, whilst Scotland, London and Northern Ireland voted to stay.
Among "Areas of policy" listed "in which parliamentary freedom to legislate will be affected by entry into the European Communities" were: Customs duties, agriculture, free movement of labour, services and capital, transport, and social security for migrant workers.
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