John Redwood calls for a renegotiation of Britain's relationship with the EU followed by a referendum
But his post this morning on how to transfer power from the European Union to Westminster will attract particular attention.
Apart from not ceding any more power to Brussels, he says that Britain should reclaim its veto over a number of areas - including employment and social law, immigration and home affairs - as well as reclaiming control over fishing grounds and rolling back the common agricultural policy.
Mr Redwood adds that level of the British contribution to EU coffers will also need to be raised.
He rejects wholesale withdrawal from the EU - which, he points out, would require negotiation in any case - but concludes: