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Ten things Cameron should do if we vote “Remain”

He has little to lose from making a fresh start on Europe

By Ian Bond  

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech to EasyJet employees at the aviation company's Luton Airport hangar in Luton, England, Tuesday May 24, 2016 ©Jack Taylor/AP/Press Association Images

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If the UK votes on 23rd June to stay in the EU, Britain and its partners will face a choice: to carry on with their previous dysfunctional relationship, or to…

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