Daily View 2×2: 4 October 2009

It’s Sunday. It’s 7am. It’s time for the Daily View, today with an election night special.

2 Big Stories

David Cameron stalls on Europe

David Cameron bravely stuck his neck out by, er…, insisting that the Tories “could only have one policy at once”. Not multitaskers then:

David Cameron has refused to give an unequivocal commitment to a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, after Irish voters delivered a 67% “Yes” vote.

The Tory leader promised a vote on the treaty should his party win the election – but only if it had not been ratified by all EU member states.

He said the Tories “could only have one policy at once”, and he did not want to prejudice decisions in other countries. (BBC)

Report says Iran has data to make atom bomb

A confidential analysis by staff of the U.N. nuclear watchdog has concluded that Iran has acquired “sufficient information to be able to design and produce” an atom bomb. (Reuters)

2 Must-Read Blog Posts

Sunday Bonus

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  • @Ewiak Ryszard: And then again possibly not.

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