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Tory MPs push to remove UK representative in Europe

Eurosceptic Tory MPs have made a concerted effort to remove the newly appointed civil servant responsible for UK negotiations in Europe. Conservative backbencher Julian Lewis questioned Sir Jon Cunliffe's effectiveness in negotiating for Britain, saying it was "difficult to see" how Sir Jon would do anything but "manage ministers' expectations".


Conservative frontbencher Julian Lewis wrote in a letter to a constituent that the risk of HIV among gay men meant the age of consent should not be lowered from 18 to 16. Alan Johnson called for the MP to be sacked.


David Cameron has been urged to act after Tory MP Julian Lewis said that the homosexual age of consent should not have been reduced because it teenage boys "at serious physical risk" of catching HIV.


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