No need to have a vote here now. Of course, there was never a case for one. It will now mean that a lot more time and money will be spent in resolving how to make it possible to run the EU with so many member states.
It should be noted that neither France nor Holland, who rejected the Constitution in referenda, was holding a referendum on the Lisbon treaty and there were no significant protests in either country. I see this a very sad day for Europe.
Gordon Brown will never win a general election and his time leading new labour will be short lived. Most MP's now realise he really is part of Old Labour, so strikes becoming more common will be a part of daily life until Brown calls a general election.
This government were elected on a manifesto promise to put the decision to a referendum and when it came to it, knowing full well and good that they would loose, did not do so. making every excuse as to why it was now not required.
Yes it will re emerge but when it does we may have a government that puts such constitutional decisions directly to the electorate.
We voted to join a Common European Market NOT a Federal Europe.
A bad result for Europe but a great result for the UK.