UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor Gordon Brown have taken a tough line in the constitutional debate, The Times reports. They want to avoid having to hold further referenda on an EU Treaty in the run-up to UK general elections in 2009. According to the paper, Blair would only agree to a "mini-treaty", as proposed by French presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy, which focuses on institutional arrangements. Brown is said to not even be considering any proposals that entail a referendum. The UK has put the ratification process of the EU...
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