As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.
at end add `and further notes that Labour proposals for a tax raising and legislative assembly in Edinburgh, in isolation, would be unworkable within the United Kingdom's unwritten constitution and unitary parliamentary structure and, if implemented, would provide the European Union, via the Maastricht Treaty structures and subsidiarity, the excuse for dealing direct with Edinburgh, thus increasing the risk of the break-up of the United Kingdom.'.
That this House notes the findings of a Gallup poll published on Friday 9th June on Labour's proposals for a constitutional shake-up of the United Kingdom; welcomes the fact that 56 per cent. of all voters feel that the creation of assemblies for Scotland, Wales and the English regions would weaken national unity, with only 21 per cent. seeing Labour's plans as likely to strengthen the United Kingdom; further notes that 50 per cent. of Labour voters believe that Labour's plans would weaken the United Kingdom; further welcomes the fact that mistrust is highest amongst the 18 to 34 age group with 59 per cent. opposing Labour's plans for the break-up of the United Kingdom; and believes that these findings are complete vindication of the Prime Minister's strong commitment to the union of the United Kingdom.