David Cameron said he'd back Remain three years before Brexit vote reveals Ken Clarke


David Cameron told Ken Clarke he would back staying in the European Union more than three years before the vote, it has emerged.

Mr Clarke said the former prime minister told him he ‘intended to advocate remaining in the EU’ in January 2013, when he announced the timing of the referendum.

The revelation exposes as a sham both Mr Cameron’s renegotiations with Europe and his claim – made repeatedly in the run up to the vote – that he would consider backing Leave if he did not get the deal he wanted from Brussels.

Mr Clarke said the former prime minister told him he ¿intended to advocate remaining in the EU¿ in January 2013, when he announced the timing of the referendum (Cameron and Clarke together in 2006)

Mr Clarke said the former prime minister told him he ‘intended to advocate remaining in the EU’ in January 2013, when he announced the timing of the referendum (Cameron and Clarke together in 2006)

He said time and again in the years before the referendum that he ‘ruled nothing out’ – suggesting that he might support the campaign to quit the EU….



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