Should the EU referendum be postponed?

Philip Webster is joined by Stewart Wood and Daniel Finkelstein.

Stewart Wood:

The Syrian crisis looks set to dominate British politics for the foreseeable future. Issues around the response to terrorism in Europe, dealing with unprecedented migration flows & UK involvement in bringing the Syrian conflict to an end should be the overwhelming priorities for our Government. Given the seriousness and complexity of these issues, David Cameron should seek all-party support for postponing the EU referendum until 2019.

Daniel FInkelstein:

During the first years of this government, it was argued that we needed to borrow more because we were in a recession. Now we aren't in one it should follow that this is the time to borrow less. We can't continue with a massive structural deficit. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy