The MPs debated, yesterday, the outcome of last week's European Council.

Bill Cash asked if the Prime Minister will “confirm that the presidency conclusions, to which he has referred, do in fact endorse the EU taskforce report, which clearly states that there will be "a new legal framework" for further surveillance and powers for economic governance, which cover both the eurozone and the EU, including us, and, moreover, that any EU treaty imposes legal rights and obligations on all the member states? Why, therefore, did my right hon. Friend reckon that, together, these do not affect the UK, that

"it isn't going to make any difference to us"

and that, on that basis, there would be, as he put it, no referendum?”