The People`s Pledge is a cross-party campaign for a referendum on membership of the European Union.
It takes no position on the kind of outcome it would like to see from such a referendum, but simply believes that this kind of decision needs to be made by "the people, not the politicians".
When I last checked, 65 MPs had signed up to the pledge, including Mike Hancock (Lib Dem), Natascha Engel (Labour), Nigel Mills (Conservative), Caroline Lucas (Green) and Sammy Wilson (DUP).
Just for good measure, the campaign`s Advisory Council also includes representatives of The Liberal Party and the Scots Nats.
The Pledge campaign is neither Europhile or Eurosceptic. Labour`s Keith Vaz has made it clear he would campaign for a `yes` vote, whereas Conservative Andrew `Potato Man` Bridgen opposes further Europen integration and was involved in a campaign against the euro even before he became an MP. Nevertheless, both have signed up to this campaign.
One of the more telling points the People`s Pledge team make is that no-one under 55 has had any chance to express their view over Europe. I personally would add that with both the two main parties containing both pro- and anti- wings, there is simply no dependable way to know how those party`s voters feel on the subject.
More information on the People`s Pledge can be found at www.peoplespledge.org .