David Cameron will deliver his long-awaited speech about relations with the European Union in the coming week, Foreign Secretary William Hague said today.
After months of speculation, Cameron had been scheduled to deliver the speech on Friday in the Netherlands, but it was postponed because of a hostage crisis in Algeria.
"It will happen in the coming week. We will make an announcement about exactly when and where tomorrow," Hague told the BBC.
Centrica's boss warns an EU referendum risks "total destabilisation" for businesses; the Next chief suggests that view is "scaremongering."
There will be sympathy, yes. But will they agree with him? No.
Conservative MPs said their "achievable" proposals to change Britain's role in Europe do not represent an ultimatum to the Prime Minister.