David Cameron has left the country. Once again he is in Europe trying to secure changes to the UKs EU membership before he calls a nationwide referendum for the people to decide to either Brexit or Bremain.
In order to fulfil this one election manifesto promise Cameron has clocked up more air miles than a 24/7 globe trotter and you have to wonder why.
He appears set on a June 2016 referendum but could wait until the end of 2017.
It's a fact an extended period of uncertainty about the UKs EU future is not good and may affect big business but we surely do not want to act in haste.
No matter what deal he secures some in the UK will vote to leave the EU. For them the right and proper future is an independent one out of the EU.
If the nation as whole agrees the future of the EU could also be at stake.
One sticking point appears to be the City of London. Cameron wants the banking sector of London ring-fenced; protected in a way that he will not protect the NHS from TTIP.
He who pays the piper plays the tune on this one.
BBC News has published what it sees as his four key objectives and they are:
Economic governance: Securing an explicit recognition that the euro is not the only currency of the European Union, to ensure countries outside the eurozone are not materially disadvantaged. The UK wants safeguards that steps to further financial union cannot be imposed on non-eurozone members and the UK will not have to contribute to eurozone bailouts.
If you analyse those four objectives closely you can see how is achieved they will be open to political interpretation here in the UK and could be used for the wrong reasons.
However if the UK leaves the EU any such fears will be real as the country withdraws for the good aspects of the Union as well as the not so good.
Today as leaders from the EU meet it should be to sign off Cameron's reform package but agreement is still some way off. Today there will be more posturing, chewing the fat and political spin from Cameron when he returns to the UK or even from the EU summit as he attempts to create positives out of any negatives.
European Council President Donald Tusk is chairing the crucial summit in Brussels today and has said he feels the EU has little choice but to agree Cameron's reforms.
But no matter what EU leaders and PM Cameron agree what will the people opt for - Brexit or Bremain?