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Referendum questions: Strathclyde on Lords and Europe

1 July 2012 Last updated at 15:02 BST

Lord Strathclyde said it would cost 80m for a referendum over reform of the House of Lords, but all three of the main-parties had already backed changes in their manifestos at the last general election.

But the Conservative leader of the House of Lords said Britain was "closer to a referendum than we were" over the UK's role in Europe but it was not yet clear what any vote would be about.

Full interview: Lord Strathclyde and Andrew Neil

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