I agree, izzy.
What's happening now with "No-no-" Cameron can'tbe good for him, too:
- either, he agrees to some kind of compromise and has at home to deal with his party plus a reasonable number of Conservative MPs,
- or he really stays to his 'NO' and has to pay later = has to declare why England then has to pay more than before.
Both will lead to an In-Out-Referendum.
When you follow the said papers and look at some of the Eurosceptic blogs of MPs and MEPs ... well, if they don't know what's going in Europe, in the EU, in the Council of Europe (to that, the European Court of Human Rights is related = it has nothing to do with the EU but a lot with the UK who co-founded that court and had Arnold Duncan McNair, 1st Baron McNair, as the very first president in 1959) ..... how could and should Jane and John Doe know what's all about?