The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said he would support David Cameron if he decided to veto a deal on the EU budget.
Mr Cameron is planning to push for a freeze to the budget in real terms, but some believe this will be a hard sell when many EU states support a rise in spending.
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