Jeremy Corbyn has defended his position in the EU referendum campaign following criticism from Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, who said that "when the call went out ... he refused to answer."
The Labour leader said that he and fellow Remain campaigner David Cameron had "different visions".
"We had a Labour position and a Labour campaign, it was not the same as the prime minister's - obviously.
"The prime minister has a rather different vision of Europe, he sees it much more as a sort of free market Europe, we see it as a social Europe and those were the arguments we put forward on behalf of the party, on behalf of the membership of the party, on behalf the vast majority of the trade unions affiliated to this party."
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Time for Project Let's-Make-the-Best-of-it.