Daniel Hannan

How Cameron could make the EU a winning issue (and why he won’t)

No, I don’t really think he’ll campaign for withdrawal. But that doesn’t make Eurosceptics’ options any less clear

Prime Minister David Cameron gestures as he delivers his keynote speech to the Conservative party conference on October 1, 2014 in Birmingham, England. The Prime Minister addressed the conference for the final time before the general election in 2015. Cameron will promise in his speech to protect the NHS from spending cuts for the next 5 years. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

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