One or two here (probably more) are for various reasons surely hoping for a NO, but even if they get their wish, I wonder that they may come to wish they hadn't. I'm not saying they're wrong to feel the way some of them do, but for the most part, I simply don't share their sentiments. On this issue, Labour betrayed the British electorate - this is undeniable, and for that (and numerous other transgressions) they will doubtless be rewarded accordingly next spring. The Conservatives, well they threaten to tear it apart, IMO. My hope and suspicion is (as evidenced by his evasion on the topic), Cameron hasn't the spine for it. That said, his party would do well to rethink some of their rather unsavoury allegiences with the European Parliament, unless of course they're part of some as yet unvoiced strategy, ugh!