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Speaking to political journalists in Westminster on Monday, David Cameron poked fun at himself for delaying a much trailed speech on Britain's membership of the European Union.
Cameron has been under pressure from eurosceptic Tories to set out his position on whether he will promise a referendum on EU membership after the next election and his reticence to do so has been a source of frustration to many.
"This is a tantric approach to policy-making. It'll be even better when it does eventually come," he said.
A prime ministerial gag that only gets increasingly upsetting the more you think about it.Suggest a correction