The Foxy Horse slams 'interfering' EU.

Liam Fox has just had the same type of singing reception at conference normally reserved for the likes of Boris Johnson.

The former Defence Secretary told a packed audience at a Carlton Club Fringe Event that - "What I want is to see us keeping faith with the British people and I want to see us having a slogan at the next election which says ‘Back to a Common Market’, back to an economic and trading relationship with Europe that parks all the political interference in the running of our economy, our workplace, our legal system and all the other things that we don’t like."

tbg.'s spy says that Foxs' delivery was "impressive, authoritative, and statesman-like".

In other words, very impressive.