David Laws writes in The Times

“Liberal Democrats must also accept that the City, however unpopular at present, is a national interest worth protecting. And we must accept that the challenge for the EU is to do fewer things, but to do those things better — “doing less to do more”, as Mr Clegg once described it. We should be leading a fight to reform the EU to make it more liberal, more democratic and more focused on the big international challenges, rather than on micromeddling in national matters.”


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