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Politics

Why won't Cameron seize his chance on the EU?

No prime minister will ever have better circumstances for changing the meaning of membership

4 July 2015

9:00 AM

4 July 2015

9:00 AM

Few European leaders have been luckier than David Cameron. First he was sent Ed Miliband. Now events in Greece may be about to present him with a solution to the thorniest problem of his second term: how to negotiate a new form of EU membership for Britain that the Tory party can rally behind come the referendum.

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