PM achieved 'two thirds of diddly squat' in EU reform
Boris Johnson has attacked the Prime Minister for what he achieved in pre-referendum negotiations.
Boris Johnson has attacked the prime minister for achieving "two thirds of diddly squat" in his pre-referendum negotiations with Brussels.
The London Mayor hit back at his critics for "crowing too soon" in his Daily Telegraph column.
On his visit to the UK, Obama said being part of the European Union "enhances Britain's global leadership".