MPs vote for a real terms cut in the European Union's budget.
David Cameron has suffered a humiliating defeat in the Commons on Europe, with more than 50 Tory MPs rebelling against the Prime Minister.
MPs voted by 307 votes to 294, a majority of 13, in favour of a rebel Tory call – backed by Labour MPs - for a real terms cut in the European Union's budget.
The vote came at the end of an acrimonious three-hour debate in which Tory MPs openly and angrily clashed with each other on Europe and support for the Prime Minister.
Earlier, at Prime Minister’s Questions, Mr Cameron said he would veto any real terms rise in the 2014-20 financial framework.....Read more