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Conservative Party conference: David Cameron’s speech didn’t go far enough on Europe

Cameron gave a great performance, but he might not have done enough to appease the big Belgian elephant in the room

By Josh Lowe  

Prime Minister David Cameron during his keynote speech to delegates at the Conservative Party annual conference. © Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

As David Cameron took the stage at the Conservative Party conference, he radiated confidence and competence, but not complacency. Taking a sip of water and positioning himself behind a very Prime Ministerial lectern (no memory games for DC), he looked ready for the job in hand. It…

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