James Forsyth James Forsyth

Cameron’s EU rollercoaster

Renegotiation with Europe is going to be a delicate task – especially given the Tory party’s delicate nerves

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[/audioplayer]We have just had a very insular general election campaign, but the mood at Westminster is now determined by news from foreign capitals. There was a flurry of excitement last Wednesday when the German finance minister, Wolfgang Schaüble, suggested linking the British renegotiation to eurozone reform.

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