Cameron will be the last Tory leader to get away with saying Britain should stay in Europe.
The Peace Prize was a reminder that the EU has been a force for good and remains a bulwark against further suffering.
Others deserve credit for "60 years of peace" in Europe
The atmosphere between Washington and Beijing has soured, with mutual recriminations rising over the South China Sea, trade and human rights.
Osborne was wrong to blame the eurozone for our double-dip recession.
Disengagement or withdrawal would be disastrous for British influence and interests.
The EU-lite deal he imagines to keep the best of both worlds can't be done.
Confronted with epic global challenges, our politicians cannot help shrinking to the occasion.
There is no legal basis for Cameron's populist promise.