British Prime Minister David Cameron faces an acute dilemma as he is squeezed politically trying to keep his party together on the big question of EU membership. The fault-lines are showing between those who want to leave the EU and those who want to stay and his European neighbours are adding to the pressure.

BRITISH Prime Minister David Cameron has embarked on what could be a dangerous strategy in his ‘arm’s length’ approach to Europe.

A decent defence of his approach might be that the alternatives would be still more precarious. They offer a wholehearted embrace of the eurozone which neither the modern conservative party nor public opinion would p...

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 Michael Maclay
Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, who looks increasingly like the prime minister’s nemesis and possible successor, is already agitating for Mr Cameron to show more sense of purpose by granting a referendum on EU membership even before the general election
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