The wording is as follows:
The Irish referendum on the Lisbon Treaty has resulted in a decisive no vote.
However, politicians across Europe are calling for the ratification of the Treaty to go ahead.
The British Government are planning to put the Lisbon Treaty to its third and final reading in the Lords next Wednesday 18 June. This would complete its ratification in the UK.
We believe that the Prime Minister should respect the result of the Irish referendum and abandon the attempt to ratify the Lisbon Treaty
Even if every country other than Ireland and the Czech Republic goes ahead with ratification, the Treaty will have no force in law.
But I’m sure there’s a loophole to be found somewhere – if not, the law can be ignored if it suits the corporate elite.
So, sign the petition!
As I write, there’s over twenty thousand signatures. Spread the word.