After 'the speech' today you might think both the Tory and Labour party would have made their position clear on Europe.
If the Conservatives win an outright majority at the 2015 election they will bring forward an in/out referendum.
If they don't win and end up in coalition there will still be a referndum - 'if I am PM' - according to Cameron. But of course, if they fail to win a majority, he probably wont be PM. Which brings the whole thing into question.
But let's say he does win a majority. He will then negotiate new terms of our membership. If he is succesful, he will campaign for us to stay in the EU. if he is unsuccesful, he will not (according to Andrew Neil).
So what are the definitions of success? He won't say.
Labour seemed clear: Look what Ed M said at PMQs today..
They are both hopeless.