Hmmmm... someone at BBC Online doesn't like the trade unions campaigning for a referendum.
The GMB and RMT had joined the Tories and UKIP in demanding a vote by tabling motions for the TUC annual conference.
We didn't realise that the Tories and UKIP could table motions at the TUC. Maybe they changed the rules.
More seriously, some people at the BBC seem to find it difficult to accept that unions might want to reflect the views of their membership (the polls say 88% of their members want a referendum). No no - it can't be that they are taking a principled stand, or that they have legitimate concerns about the impact of the constituiton on the economy, or public services. Instead, let's just dismiss it by saying that they are "getting into bed" with the right wing.
Memo to BBC - must try harder.