EU referendum: Cameron says no bad blood towards rebels
David Cameron has said he has "no bad blood" towards Conservative rebel MPs who voted for an EU referendum.
In total, 81 Tory MPs, including two tellers, defied the whips, two actively abstained by voting both ways and a further 12 are known not to have voted.
The prime minister said he knew people felt "strongly" about the issue but he had to "give a lead" on the issue.
25 Oct 2011
- From the section UK Politics