Following his leaving the European Council's negotiations chamber on 9 December with his head held high, British Prime Minister David Cameron appears to be beginning to understand that he may have committed one of the gravest mistakes in his career, if not the worst.

In the beginning, it was the British industrialists who doubted the long-term value of what Cameron did on 9 December. In short, the British PM, in the short time he spent with his mainland European peers during the EU Su...

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