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What Cameron won’t say about Europe

We should hope that Cameron pursues a sensible agenda and that his legacy is continued British membership of a reformed EU

Cameron's reckoning is at hand. © Stefan Rousseau/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Among the many surprises of the UK general election was the failure of Europe to ignite as an election issue. Tony Blair made an early and effective intervention setting out the international costs for Britain of quitting the European Union. That was about it. David Cameron punctuated his stump speeches with the odd reminder of the Conservatives’ referendum promise but I do not remember a TV debate or public…

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