However, If ever proof were needed that they are doing their level best to rig the vote to remain in the E.E.C. then the fact they just decided to extend the deadline to register to vote, is it.
Since when, exactly, has the timetable for a democratic vote in this country been changed part way in, to suit a handful of people who couldn't register because they left it to the absolute last minute.
Talk about move the mountain to Mohamed.
Or move the goal posts during the match.
No-one is that busy.
We've known about the timescale for this vote for months now and it's been more than well publicized; the fact some people simply can't manage their personal affairs is irrelevant.
Of course, they'll gush about democracy, but we all know why they've done it.
It's because the Euro-fanatics think that all the last minute registrants are young and as we also all know, as they've spent years brainwashing children through school about the E.E.C over the last 20 odd years, the young who can vote now are all virtual autonyms who will vote to stay in the E.E.C. as they simply believe what they've been told all their lives.
As for Sarah Wollaston, so what.
She's more than likely been planted in the 'vote leave' camp to then cause an apparent stir by a seemingly surprising change of mind at the given time.
All for effect of course,
I say it's orchestrated, as her apparent reason for changing her (seemingly somewhat less than sincere) fundamental beliefs, being attributed to a complaint about the way a campaign group conducts themselves, is at best feeble and worst, a bit bizarre to say the least.
I mean, I couldn't care less who says or does what or how any organization or campaign group conduct themselves.
Quite how or why any of that would affect my beliefs, resulting in a decision to jettison them and subsequently alter my decision on how to vote, is beyond me.
I also say it's staged because, given that she's obviously a dyed in the wool Tory, I get the impression that she wants to go places.
And as Theresa May and Anna Soubry know (see Blog, Theresa May 20/2/16, Party political 'yes men' 7/2/16), if you want to go places, you've got to toe the line.
Every time you see her, her hair gets shorter and shorter; a sure sign she wants to be taken seriously.
No doubt she'll be in the cabinet soon.