Senior Conservative figures joined Downing Street today to dismiss a Tory backbencher who said he wanted to change David Cameron's plans for a referendum on Europe.
Adam Afriye's dramatic announcement that he would seek a Commons vote on a 2014 in/out referendum sparked anger in Downing Street which said that David Cameron would "not let it stand".
ITV News' Political Correspondent Claire Stewart reports.
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