Britain will vote on EU constitution in 2006: paper Kate Heneroty at 11:12 AM ET
Sunday's London Telegraph reports that British leaders have set March 2006 as the date for a UK referendum on the proposed European Constitution. EU leaders, including British Prime Minister Tony Blair, will sign a draft of the document on Friday in Brussels. A recent poll found 59% of Britons are against the Constitution, most believing that it shifts too much authority to the EU, and the UK Green Party has already pledged to campaign against it. The Telegraph has more.
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