Peter Preston in the The Observer sort of concedes that the "pressing issue" of the EU referendum will be one of the issues which cut short Gordon Brown's "honeymoon", predicting that whichever way he goes, he will be in trouble.
Meanwhile, The Sunday Telegraph picks up on the theme that the "new treaty" is just "the constitution in disguise" – citing comments by Valéry Giscard d'Estaing.
The piece doesn't tell you anything you hadn't read on this blog, but it is nevertheless worth a read. The message carried is one that cannot be repeated too often and, so far, this is the only Sunday making the point.
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