"PM forced to give ministers free rein on EU" it says, and it's about time. So the leader of the Tory party can't control the loyalties of his ministers, let alone MPS, and they'll vote the way they want to whatever her says. When that applies to Labour, the press are in full cry, glorying in the betrayals and divisions, the shambles of an operation where the leader isn't in charge. With the Tories, not so much. You could argue that the Europe vote is more crucial for the future welfare of the UK than the Syria vote, but the interests of our press require that very little is made of the fact that Cameron has raised hopes, implied promises and generally offered instant PR in a way that could seriously destablise the United Kingdom. Not, it would seem a story to get excited about.