Former Conservative leader Michael Howard has said he was ‘intensely disappointed’ with David Cameron’s attempt to secure a better deal with the EU ahead of last year’s referendum.
‘I wanted the United Kingdom to remain in a reformed European Union, because I believe that the European Union in its current form is a flawed and failing project’.
I was intensely disappointed by the failure of David Cameron’s negotiations’.
‘He came back with a deal, but it wasn’t a substantial deal, so I thought the best course for our country would be to leave’.
Mr. Howard went on to accuse the EU of ‘trying to impose a rigid straitjacket of uniformity on every country’.
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