PMQ's: Peter Bone asks David Cameron about an EU referendum

At the Prime Ministers Questions on Wednesday 9th March 2011, Peter Bone, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Wellingborough, asked David Cameron a vital question regarding the much called for ‘in or out’ referendum on EU membership.
Mr Bone reminded his party leader that more than 80,000 Daily Express readers want it, so too does the Liberal Democrat leader and 80% of Conservative members all want it
The Prime Minister says that he thinks we're better off inside the EU and completely ducks the referendum question.

Restore the trust in politics - from the Cons
First, Britain's future in Europe. We're the only major party still offering you a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty. A vote for the conservatives is a vote for the referendum - something that itself would restore the trust in politics.
Second, Britain's future at home. What happens in Brussels has a big impact here. Crime, employment, immigration - all the big issues are debated over there.
Taken from 'VOTE FOR CHANGE ON 4TH JUNE 2004'