David Cameron appears to be trying to win over the Tory Rebels who voted against him last night, over controversial increases to the EU Budget.
Today, he said: "Of course I will listen carefully to parliament. If we don't get what I consider a good deal for Britain. I will have no hesitation at vetoing the multi-financial package, it won't happen.
Report by ITV News Political Correspondent Alex Forrest
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