Michael Gove And Philip Hammond Would Vote For Britain To leave The EU

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Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has become the second cabinet minister to say he would vote for Britain to leave the EU if a referendum were held now.

 
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has become the second cabinet minister to say he would vote for Britain to leave the EU if a referendum were held now.
 
But, like education secretary Michael Gove, he said David Cameron must be given a chance to bring powers back from Brussels before deciding.
 
 
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