Gordon Brown's insistence on pressing ahead with the adoption of the EU constitution - in spite of it's rejection by referendums in France, Denmark and Ireland - triggered the enmity of Rupert Murdoch who began to ramp up the anti-Brown rhetoric. Brown's 'Red Lines' were the test he imposed on the constitution as a measure to whether or not it imposed on Britain's "National Interest" in areas relating to "Justice, Home and Foreign affairs" whilst the Sun demanded "The EU referendum. He promised it. We want it."

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