I'm still struggling to decide whether or not I think David Cameron's decision to use the veto at last week's EU Summit is a good or bad thing for the UK.
I think the main problem is we just don't know at the moment and it could be months even years before we see the true consequences of this decision.
I have to say I'm not comfortable with the thought of the UK being pushed to the margins of European politics. We're now the outsider and we won't be able to take part in major EU debates where decisions will be made that will still have a huge influence on the UK both politically and economically.
Surely it's better to be inside the big tent having some sort of influence rather then looking in from the sidelines?
That's the one thing I'm not happy about, but then another part of me thinks that it's good we're excising our own independence and acting in our own national interest.
I would never describe myself as a Eurosceptic, but I do have doubts about how much economic and political integration you can have before things start to become undemocratic. I'm all for the UK being a major player in Europe but it shouldn't be at the expense of being able to make your own decisions.
Cameron's decision certainly haven't done his standings within the Conservative Party any harm.
Many on the Tory right have been sceptical about everything Cameron has stood for, ever since he become Tory leader, but by using the veto, he's managed to bring this wing of the party onside.
Obviously the main downside to this is that the Tories are in a coalition government and have the small problem of the Lib Dems to think about.
People are already suggesting the future of the coalition is at risk, but it was only a matter of time before something in Europe highlighted the differences between the two parties, so this isn't really a surprise.
I suppose after last week's historic decision, it's a case of lets see and wait until we find out whether Cameron was right or wrong.