Nadine Dorries, who has been reinstated as a Conservative MP after her suspension, has said David Cameron and George Osborne's "outlook on immigration has changed."
Dorries, MP for Mid Bedfordshire, has in the past labelled Cameron and Osborne "arrogant" and "out of touch" and has called for a referendum on EU membership.
However, after being quizzed by ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby on her views, she said: "I do think their outlook has changed, particularly on issues like immigration."
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