The two MPs were talking to the BBC’s Mark D’Arcy on Radio 4’s Today in Parliament programme. They were said they were pleased with the Prime Minister’s EU speech and his commitment to remain within a more competitive and flexible European Union. Robert Buckland said that the debate inside the Conservative Party was friendly and that his colleagues understood the importance to British business of their position.
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