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Therese Coffey: 'A lot of progress' made on EU deal

The government has made “a lot of progress” on the four areas of the EU renegotiation, deputy Commons leader Therese Coffey has said.

Defending the draft deal, which critics say falls short of what the PM promised, Ms Coffey said a year ago “nobody believed any of this would be possible at all, and we have made progress on it, but we’re not finally there”.

Labour MP Chris Bryant, shadow Commons leader, later told the programme he was a “passionate pro-European” and believed the UK’s “historic destiny” lay in staying in the EU.

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