Much of the media coverage last week was given to Prime Minister David Cameron’s attempts to renegotiate the UK’s terms within the European Union. It’s fair to say that the overall commentary surrounding the “deal” was fairly negative. Indeed, if you look at the finer points and the things Cameron wanted to achieve, there is very little new to say that the UK’s relationship will change all that much.
It also looks like we’re going to get a referendum vote in the summer of this year, which means those who are sitting on the fence but intend to vote, really need to start thinking about their choices – there’s no “don’t know” option.
So, given the Prime Minister’s attempts to change our relationship with the EU, knowing what we know now, how would you vote if the referendum was today?