Setting out his ambitions for reform of the EU, Mr Cameron told the CBI that he wanted to take on the 'duff' arguments of both those who want Britain to leave whatever happens and those who would stay in at all costs.
The duo posed as businessmen to gain access to the conference on behalf of Students for Britain which is 'pushing for fundamental reform of Britain's relationship with the European Union'.
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