Boris Johnson expresses concerns over ‘red card’ deal

Boris Johnson, the London Mayor, said on Tuesday that he did not believe that the new proposals designed to keep Britain within the EU went far enough.

Commenting on ‘red card’ system, which will allow national parliaments to join forces to veto the new laws from Brussels.

Despite making it clear that he thinks David Cameron has “been doing a very, very good job of getting people to see things his way”, he went on to comment;

“I think there’s much, much more, however, that needs to be done.”

Nigel Farage, the leader of Ukip, has also commented on the ‘red card’ deal offered to Brtain saying;

“The idea we are being sold that a joint ‘red card’ is some sort of victory is frankly ludicrous.”

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