Boris: 'nothing to fear' from leaving EU

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Boris: 'nothing to fear' from leaving EU
6th August 2014

James Banks reports on Boris Johnson's upcoming announcement.

Political correspondant Joe Watts asks whether Boris Johnson's decision to break ranks and wade into the EU debate can be seen as a power-play from a potential Conservative party leader.

Robert Oxley, Business for Britain, states that the current status quo is a 'terrible deal' for Britain, but suggests that the Mayor's speech will urge reform rather than an exit from the EU.

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