A former Conservative chancellor has dismissed David Cameron's EU re-negotiation as "inconsequential".
Speaking to Sky News' Murnaghan programme, Lord Lawson who is president of the Conservatives for Britain group also dismissed a claim by a new grouping of pro-Europe Tories that a vote to leave the EU would be "jumping into a void".
It is not a void. It is a place called the world, and we know the world quite well. It is not outer space. We do an enormous amount of business all over the world.
The former chancellor made clear that he would be voting to leave the EU whatever deal Mr Cameron was able to get in Brussels.
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