Cameron’s vision for the future of Europe

The UK’s prime minister is seeking to re-frame debate about British membership of the European Union as a call for the EU to change its vision of itself.

David Cameron’s speech on the United Kingdom’s future relationship with the European Union promised an ‘in-out’ referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU, but postponed such a vote until after the next general election and perhaps until the shape of a post-crisis eurozone is clearer.

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