January 23, 2013

Cameron Trying to Ride Two Horses at Once

Brian Taylor, BBC News

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David Cameron concludes that he has to offer a referendum on EU membership midway through the next Westminster Parliament if he is to stand a reasonable chance of leading the principal party in that Parliament and thus forming the government.

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TAGGED: Scotland, Eurozone, EU, European Union, Europe, David Cameron, UK

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