The ongoing eurozone crisis has enormous implications for Britain. Plunging GDP predictions across the continent have a strong effect on our own economic performance, of course. But David Cameron's veto of a bid to push through fiscal integration across the European Union has prompted fresh tensions of its own, as Britain's relationship with the continent is fundamentally reassessed.
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Growing divisions within the eurosceptic rebel camp
Most political parties which collectively shoot themselves in the foot again and again eventually learn their lesson. Not the Conservatives.
Eurosceptic Conservative James Wharton has agreed to bring forward David Cameron's draft bill on an EU referendum, in a development which will prompt a deep sigh of relief in Downing Street.
James Wharton, the Tory eurosceptic who will carry his party's hopes of an EU referendum in the Cameron-endorsed bill, has a surprisingly colourful early political career.
One hundred and thirty MPs have backed the eurosceptic amendment, in what initially appears to be an even greater setback for the prime minister than expected.
We speak to Europe minister David Lidington about the trials and tribulations of life in one of the coalition's toughest jobs.
"It's never dull," Europe minister David Lidington says. As the Conservative in charge of a divisive and controversial area, the question of an EU referendum is never far away.
Europe minister David Lidington has hit out against Conservative eurosceptics ahead of Wednesday's likely vote by telling them to focus on issues other than the in/out referendum tearing his party apart.
David Cameron has received a major boost from Barack Obama after the US president firmly backed his EU negotiations in their White House press conference.
Eurosceptic troublemakers have forced David Cameron into a reluctant equivocation which collapses under scrutiny. By refusing to listen to them, they are making him play a terrible political price.
Conservative backbenchers are preparing to defy their leader over the EU referendum in another sign of David Cameron's weakness on Europe.
David Cameron is addressing criticisms his EU referendum plans are creating uncertainty this week, as he takes the case for reform to European capitals.
Size matters in diplomacy. If Britain is forced to go it alone in Europe, it will be an observer of world events - not a shaper of them.
As Europe seems to fall apart, we should remember the 300-year-old treaty which ended decades of war.
It was a speech worthy of the buildup. David Cameron's pledge for an in-out referendum on Europe has transformed the debate about the UK's relationship with the continent.
Hardline Conservative eurosceptics are gearing up to fight their party leader in the European Union in-or-out referendum, regardless of the negotiations with EU leaders to come.
Offering an in-out referendum on EU membership is the final capitulation to the growing euroscepticism which caused me to leave the Conservative party and join the Liberal Democrats.
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