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When it comes to Europe, David Cameron has to battle on two fronts. The one that excites him most is the fight inside the Conservative Party, however risky it may be for the Tories and the country. By contrast, in the European scene, Cameron has trampled on any chance of sympathy from other member states. Convinced that his demands are perfectly reasonable, Cameron has so far…

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