A referendum about the European Union will be inevitable once treaty changes take place, a prominent left-of-centre think tank said today.
Europe's distribution of carbon permits may hurt the economy, a report has claimed.
A two-day summit of European leaders is seeing David Cameron bid to undermine the developing 'pact for the euro', according to reports.
The prime minister has claimed support from France and Germany for a more restrained EU budget for the next six-year tranche of funding.
Britain will fight to win guarantees that that an EU bailout fund designed for natural disasters will not be used to prop up the eurozone today.
Chancellor George Osborne is preparing the ground for a British intervention to prop up Ireland's struggling economy.
Fears of another sovereign debt crisis among eurozone members are thought to be weakening Ireland's resolve to resist a bailout.
Danny Alexander has expressed relief at the UK not being in the euro during the economic crisis.
The EU should give preferential access to its markets to Pakistan, the prime minister will urge the European Council at its summit on Thursday.
George Osborne is to rubber-stamp the creation of new European bodies tasked with regulating the banking sector at a meeting of European economic and finance ministers.
George Osborne has had to admit to defeat as a new European law introducing tighter regulation of hedge funds takes the last steps before becoming law.
An EU bailout of Greece is illegal under the Maastricht treaty, Norman Lamont said this morning, just before EU leaders decided to help.
French president Nicolas Sarkozy is hosting Gordon Brown for lunch today before the pair head to Brussels for a meeting of European leaders.
European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso pressed his case for a strong EU regulator in London this morning, amid claims such a watchdog would govern aspects of Britain's economy.
Gordon Brown has confirmed a 200 billion euro stimulus package across the EU.
Britain is odds-on to join the euro by 2014, according to bookmakers.
European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso has said he believes the "people who matter" in Britain are considering a renewed drive to join the euro.
The government has pledged to oppose moves by MEPs to introduce a 48-hour working week limit in Britain.
Lord Mandelson has admitted meeting a Russian billionaire at the centre of a two-pronged political storm two years earlier than previously stated.
The EU's Schengen agreement allowing passport-free travel for non-EU citizens has been expanded to include nine more countries from today.
The European parliament has approved moves to reduce the cost of making mobile phone calls between member states.
The UK Treasury has failed to convince EU officials to allow the chancellor to claw back some of the EU rebate sacrificed by the Prime Minister.
The European Union would be "incomplete" without Turkey and western Balkan countries such as Croatia and Macedonia, Geoff Hoon said last night.
The world is fast approaching a "catastrophic tipping point" on climate change that could have a major impact on economic growth and security, Tony Blair has said.
Most British business leaders think the burden of EU regulations outweighs the benefits of the single market, a new survey finds.