The Telegraph said:
A referendum on Britain’s relationship with the European Union would be “silly” and is only of interest to “a few extreme nationalist politicians,” Kenneth Clarke has said.
The Justice Secretary launched a sustained attack on advocates of a popular vote on Europe, which he described as “a total irrelevance” that would create turmoil and undermine Britain’s economic credibility.
In a BBC Radio Four interview, he dismissed those seeking a referendum as “frenzied eurosceptics”.
Is it me or was the song different when in the opposition?