That's right, according to Mats Persson of Open Europe, German newspaper Die Welt has reported the story that David Cameron promised Angela Merkel that he will guide changes to the Lisbon Treaty through the British Parliament without a referendum.
I'm sure he and his front bench will argue and argue that the Treaty change will have a limited effect on the UK and all the rest of it, but this yet again proves that Cameron is no better than Gordon Brown. He sees the EU as an issue where he must dodge and weave the Eurosceptics and the public rather than allowing the voice of the overwhelming majority to prevail. He acts as the British Prime Minister in defiance of British public opinion.
What kind of warped world has British politics become when our Prime Minister views a victory as handing the European Union another £400m+ per year while cutting defence, police and a whole host of other services back home?