Hey guys. Just seen a comment posted on the Fail site - ordinarily don't pay too much attention to that site, but this one hit home a bit. The referendum, rightly or wrongly will be presented as a vote for or against the Allams. Look at the coverage so far, and it's not really being that much about the village, but about the Allam family themselves. We've all spoken about how the referendum could be a dodgy one to win, and how shrewd old man Allam is. In donating ÃÂ£1m to Hull K.R, it could be suggested that he has bribed the red and white half of the City. Obviously he hasn't. There's no referendum been called. But the mere suggestion could be enough to give the Allams another ace up their sleeve. A referendum could now not produce a fair result either way. It's forced it back into the Cabinet's hands. They wouldn't be able to dodge that bullet any more - which seemed to be their main aim. The Tories, for example, couldn't give Wales a big wad of extra spending, whilst simultaneously campaigning for a "no" vote, last month, could they? What do you reckon?