As a eurosceptic, I like David Cameron's Europe speech â€“ I like it a lot.
So what if the prospects of Cameron extracting any meaningful concessions from Brussels during a post-election "renegotiation" are vanishing-to-zero, as various clever clogs keep pointing out? That just means the British public are more likely to vote "no" in 2017. By framing the question in this way â€“ by asking the public to base its decision on how many powers he manages to claw back â€“ Cameron has made a "no" vote more likely. (To read more, click here.)