It would appear Cameron intends emulating someone of far greater talent than he posses where achieving the impossible is concerned.
From this report in the Guardian we learn that he will have plans drawn up to mitigate the effects of the euro falling apart and from Politics Home that he is 'focussed on the UK'. Again from the Guardian we learn that he intends only making 'moderate demands' in return for Treaty change. On Conservative Home we find Andrea Leadsom informing us that work has begun on how powers might be repatriated from the European Union.
Of course, had Cameron and his predecessors not continued the practise of making us dependent on trade with a group of countries whose currency is about to go down the pan and instead built up trade with the rest of the world he might not have found himself in this position - but I digress.
The second Guardian article, if correct and there is no reason to suspect otherwise, shows that his much vaunted repatriation of powers is to be 'watered down' (and we won't mention anything about telling the enemy that you concede before the fight has begun). This is either due to pressure from his minion Clegg or the realization that, as some have explained, it cannot be achieved. Were he to gain his 'objectives' no doubt it would then not qualify as treaty change thus not warranting a referendum and would be hailed by him as a success.
The article by Andrea Leadsom is purile in content and the comments express the distrust and disbelief of what she hopes to accomplish coupled with which, bearing in mind the Guardian article, she and her group are wasting their time.
As for Cameron being focussed on the UK, one has to ask should not that be his prime concern all the time he is in office? That we have now a prime minister who, on 12th May 2010, copied the actions of Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn is plain for all to see - the only difference being that this time it was on behalf of the Fourth Reich.
With politicians deciding the fate of this country incorporating their refusal to give voice to the people it is becoming clearer by the day that it is almost impossible to overthrow the present 'cabal' by democratic means - which only leaves one option!