But how will Cameron distract us from his swingeing public spending cuts if he can’t use the EU referendum?
David Cameron has caused “uncertainty” for British firms with his plan for an EU referendum, the Bank of England chief warned yesterday.
Governor Mark Carney begged for “clarity” over the In/Out referendum and demanded the poll be brought forward “with appropriate speed”.
“I think it’s in the interests of everybody that there is clarity about the process and the question and the decision,” Mr Carney said.
His comments pile further pressure on Mr Cameron to bring forward his In/Out referendum from the second half of 2017.
Tory backbenchers and UKIP opponents want the vote held by next summer.