South Wales Evening Post
NEATH MP Peter Hain has defended his role in pressing the UK Government to seek a cut in Brussels spending.
It comes after the Prime Minister suffered a humiliating defeat when Labour MPs and 53 Eurosceptic Conservatives joined forces to vote down a freeze in the European Union (EU) budget.
Although the vote was not binding, the House of Commons instead demanded he pursue a cut when he meets Euro leaders
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