Iain Begg, from the European Institute at South Bank University, says now it is essentially a matter of the government having the political will to plump for a referendum.
The government says it will give its assessment of the tests, which ministers say have to be met before a euro referendum is called, by June next year. Pro-euro campaigners are using the study, which
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