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If he wants to maintain EU allies, David Cameron needs to set out a clear vision for Britain’s place in Europe

Open Europe's Christopher Howarth has an article on Conservative Home where he argues that the Coalition needs to set out a new European vision. The Conservative's 'European Vision'. Ah.... God, it's abarren, featureless desert out there, isn'tit. If you findit difficult to predict the twists and turns of the Coalition’s EU policy sparea thought for Britain’s potential European allies.
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