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EU row: Cameron has 'low opinion of British people'

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has accused the Prime Minister of having "a low opinion of the British people" by downplaying the UK's prospects if it left the EU.

It comes after a Sunday newspaper column in which David Cameron accused MPs backing an EU exit of wanting to take "the gamble of the century" with the country's future.

Amid rising tensions between the pro- and anti-Brexit camps, Mr Cameron has reportedly been threatened with a challenge to his leadership unless he tones down attacks on MPs backing the "leave" campaign.

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Michael Gove: Cameron's EU reforms not legally binding

Justice Secretary Michael Gove has claimed the Prime Minister's EU reforms are not legally binding and could be overturned by European judges.

David Cameron has said the agreement he secured in Brussels is "legally binding and irreversible"

But in an interview with the BBC, Mr Gove said the European Court of Justice was "not bound" by the agreement agreed by Mr Cameron until treaties are changed.

"The facts are that the European Court of Justice is not bound by this agreement until treaties are changed and we don't know when that will be," he said.

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