City says Cameron was right to veto EU treaty

 
Elizabeth Fournier
AN OVERWHELMING 66 per cent of our Voice of the City panellists believe the Prime Minister was “completely right” to veto changes to the EU treaty, according to the results of our latest poll, run in association with PoliticsHome.com.

Another 15 per cent said Cameron was “somewhat right” – leaving just 15 per cent in total who were less keen on his decision.

But while the Prime Minister has won the City’s support with the veto, his deputy Nick Clegg has suffered hugely as a result.

A combined total of 79 per cent of respondents said the outcome of the EU summit was “bad” or “very bad” for the deputy prime minister, with a miniscule four per cent saying the result was good for Clegg.