Is there scope for exploiting Tory splits on the EU?
This lunchtime we’ll see the third PMQ clash between Brown and Cameron since the election plan was ditched.
Dave won the first encounter in October emphatically and most observers gave it to him last week on points. What will happen today?
Could this be the moment that Gord hits back? Could he start to turn the EU referendum argument back against the Tory leader by pointing to the demands from some Conservatives for a promise that there will be a referendum on the changes if ever the party comes to power again?
Cameron clearly does not want to answer this and anything on the EU has the potential to make public the fault-lines that still exist in his party.