RikH 5pts All the policies proposed by the powers that be are not going to work. There will be for the years to come a massive inflow from mainly economic refugees/immigrants mainly from the social economic totally unattractive sort (lacking languageskills and skills in general, socially very difficult to integrate, badly ecucated in general). EU inflow will be the same as no substantial reforms will take place as it concerns European law, mainly as The EUs North in general is where the well paid jobs are. Only re the rest group some gains might be made. These are basically all long term trends/issues.So you can bet your bottom dollar that is will play: massive inflow and uncapable ruling politicians. Made even worse for the traditional political parties as immigration as a problem for the population is not only the new inflow, but also a lot of people that are there already (and are seen as undesirable by big parts of the population).This will be with the economy the deciding factors. Also could decide if the traditional politicians can stop the rise of the so called populists. especially on a European level. Where effectively one not bankrupt country can block nearly everything. Cameron is well ahead of many of his European colleagues. He goes for a fight against the burocrats unlike people like Merkel, Hollande. His problem is he is a horrible posterchild for such a campaign as he has establishment written all over him.