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EU referendum: Cash, Miliband and Mann

June 10th, 2016

Episode 1011 of 1273 episodes

The EU referendum campaign has left neither Labour nor the Conservative party immune to dissent in the ranks. Labour MP John Mann has said he will vote to leave the EU, claiming Labour voters "fundamentally disagree" with the party's official position. And in Thursday's EU referendum debate on ITV, MP Amber Rudd attacked fellow Conservative Boris Johnson's reported leadership ambitions and Andrea Leadsom's "scaremongering" over immigration. Sir Bill Cash, chairman of the European Scrutiny Committee, John Mann, Labour MP for Bassetlaw and former leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband discuss how the EU referendum is impacting party politics. BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg provides analysis of Thursday's EU referendum debate. (Image: Union Jack and Flag of Europe. Credit: Getty Images)