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Tory revolt over EU referendum

David Cameron faces a fresh backbench revolt after Tory MP Adam Afriyie said he would push for a Commons vote on holding an EU referendum in 2014.

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Farage: Cameron's referendum position confuses public

UKIP leader Nigel Farage responded to Adam Afriyie's position on an EU Refurendum in 2014, telling BBC One's Andrew Marr Show that David Cameron's changing stance has left people unsure of what to believe.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage told Andrew Marr that Tory MP Adam Afriyie has 'put his finger on the real problem' Credit: PA

"What Adam Afriyie has done is he has put his finger on the real problem and that is, four years ago Mr Cameron gave us a cast-iron guarantee of a referendum.

"This time last year he was saying 'no referendum' and he's now saying there should be a referendum and people aren't quite sure what to believe."

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