"The Confederation of British industry, which represents business leaders, is campaigning for Britain to stay in a reformed European Union." (Telegraph)
Maybe it's just me, but I hadn't noticed the EU reforming. And Goldman Sachs would have to donate more than a "six-figure sum" to make it worth the people in Brussels seriously thinking about changing things. I mean, a million quid? That's the sherry reception on the first day of the European Parliament.