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Cameron might persuade us on the EU—so long as he doesn’t mention his deal

Argument should focus on the particular; not the general—unless it's about the EU

By Philip Collins  

Prime Minster David Cameron addresses local farmers from the Ahoghill, Co. Antrim at Ballybollan House, as he continues a tour of the UK setting out the case for staying in the European Union. ©Liam McBurney/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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