UKIP Leader Nigel Farage responds to comments by European Parliament President Martin Schulz today: "The last thing that Cameron wanted was for me to leave that meeting and to express that there was a strong possibility that if the Prime Minister did win a referendum, it would be on a deal that would subsequently be scuppered by the European Parliament. There are many groups here who are spoiling for a fight.
"The real truth is that this deal is not worth the paper it’s written on. It is subject to European Parliamentary approval and ultimately judgements of the European Court of Justice.
"I am not sure that this ‘deal’ is the kind of second hand car that the British public will buy from the Prime Minister.
There is no reason to trust him. This deal is no more than Cam’s sham. "