The date of David Cameron's delayed speech on Britain's future relations with the European Union will be announced by Downing Street today.
The Prime Minister abandoned his planned address in the Netherlands last Friday due to the Algerian hostage crisis.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said the speech would go ahead this week.
Mr Cameron will warn that Britain could "drift towards the exit from the EU unless there are changes in Brussels, according to advance extracts released last week.
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.