January 23, 2013

Cameron Gambles Big on Europe

Matthew d'Ancona, London Evening Standard

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Like the iPhone, Bradford City’s return to Wembley, or Apocalypse Now, it was worth the wait. Long-promised and often postponed, David Cameron’s speech on Europe had accrued an almost comic weight of expectation: earlier this month, the Prime Minister and those around him still fretted that the reality would be anticlimactic.

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