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.
The Tories have lost one-sixth of their support over the last two months, according to a shocking new poll which will further boost Ukip's reputation.
Nigel Farage and his insanely expressive face have dominated the headline - but will it pay off in 2015?
It'll be at least four days before any user comment on a website isn't entirely capped up.
David Cameron inched closer to promising a referendum on the EU today after he admitted a "fresh settlement" was coming.
The complexities behind European migration make it too hard to predict what will happen if the eurozone collapses.
The coalition has launched a thorough review of the EU's powers over Britain, amid ongoing pressure from Conservative eurosceptic backbenchers for a referendum.
Whether Cameron can keep the coalition together on Europe is doubtful.
Bankruptcy would be an opportunity for Greece to purge its economy - but few anticipate such a rosy outcome.
The group which has approved Greece's second bailout lays out its reasoning for the new bailout agreement
Read David Cameron's speech to the CBI in full on politics.co.uk.
Boris Johnson issued another warning shot across the bows of the Conservative leadership today with a provocative interview attacking its policy towards the EU.
Britain will not be able "get away" from efforts to stabilise the eurozone, the parliamentary leader of Germany's ruling party has announced.
Labour's pro-European position became noticeably more frosty today as Douglas Alexander promised a policy rethink over Britain's relationship with the EU.
The eurocrisis means it's harder now to be a leader than ever before, Tony Blair has said.
If Europe does not reform in the wake of the continuing financial crises it could find itself in "perpetual decline", Nick Clegg will warn later.
David Cameron tried to cast aside opposition to an increase in Britain's IMF contribution today, as old Conservative faultlines over Europe threatened to re-emerge.
Unless the left abandons the EU, it cannot morally or logically contribute the debate over what is happening to this continent.
A Greek exit from the euro is the "least likely" scenario facing the eurozone, Danny Alexander has claimed.
If your interest in economics can be defined by the question 'at what point do I need to start stockpiling canned food', this is the part where you might wish to pay attention.
David Cameron hinted that he would try to dodge a Commons vote on increased funding for the IMF today, in a bid to escape a potential government defeat.
The Treasury admitted planning for the total collapse of the euro currency today, as events in Greece sent shockwaves around the world.
David Cameron was left on the sidelines today, as a dramatic day in Cannes and Athens saw the prospect of a referendum on the new eurozone deal fade away.