January 25, 2013

Cameron's Brave and Timely EU Speech

Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

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Good heavens, it was a baby. The wicked fairies assumed that so long and painful a labour meant David Cameron's Europe speech would be a limp monster all the world would hate. Instead it is a healthy, bouncing thing, with even Cameron's critics patting its head and admiring its dimples.

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