Lots of early risers this morning:
Arguments from pro-EU side against a referendum will easily be demolished as "you have no faith in your argument" and contempt for democracy
— Owen Jones (@OwenJones84) January 23, 2013
The first time uk foreign policy has been so shaped by a British party that has not got a single seat in parliament. Take a bow Ukip.
— Patrick Wintour (@patrickwintour) January 22, 2013
Delighted by commitment to seek end of 'ever closer union' and now the country WILL have a say under a future Conservative government.
— Dr Liam Fox MP (@LiamFoxMP) January 23, 2013
Cam speech coherent and well-argued but rests on a fundamental flaw: rest of EU not interested in the renegotiation he seeks
— Jonathan Freedland (@Freedland) January 23, 2013
PMQs today actually matters for the first time in months. Miliband is on a VERY sticky wicket by ignoring public craving for referendum.
— Tim Shipman (@ShippersUnbound) January 23, 2013
Big news of speech came after, in Q&A: that Cameron would hold a referendum even if he's in coalition."If I'm PM this will happen."
— Fraser Nelson (@FraserNelson) January 23, 2013
Somewhere in London, Ed Miliband is massaging a rubik's cube, thinking about how to respond. #EUspeech
— Michael Savage (@michaelsavage) January 23, 2013
Can Labour attack Cameron for causing uncertainty over EU when it hasn't decided whether to offer a referendum after 2015? I don't think so.
— Rowenna Davis (@RowennaDavis) January 23, 2013
I was sacked as PPS for advocating an In/out EU referendum in 2011 but it's now official party policy. That's politics folks. #Countryfirst
— Stewart Jackson MP (@SJacksonMP) January 23, 2013
France says its “dangerous”. Not a bad result there then.