Like the tantric treat it had been billed as, David Cameron’s EU speech finally came this morning.
Much-anticipated, historic, hugely important and… really, really long.
If only there was a way to simplify the 5,661 words of the speech into an easy to peruse graphic that clearly illustrates the main themes.
Thanks to those clever people at Wordle, there is.
And here it is…
Few surprises really. “Britain”, “European”, “EU” and “Europe” all feature high as you would expect.
For some reason he also spoke about his “member” quite a lot too.
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