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Boris Johnson: Britain should negotiate a return to a 'single market' relationship with the European Union

'Boil it down to the single market': Boris Johnson calls for EU referendum

A 'pared down' relationship was both 'essential and deliverable'

David Cameron shuns European Union Nobel prize ceremony to placate eurosceptics

David Cameron will stay away from the ceremony at which the European Union will receive the Nobel Peace Prize next Monday in an attempt to placate Conservative Eurosceptics.

The eyes have it: David Cameron and Angela Merkel at the EU summit in Brussels last week

Camerkel! A love affair at the heart of Europe

Who'd have thought it? The German Chancellor and our own Prime Minister in tune on the EU budget. Jane Merrick and John Rentoul examine an unlikely political romance and wonder – how long will it last?

David Cameron speaking in Portadown yesterday

Northern Ireland’s open for business, says Cameron (as he trumpets G8 talks at golf course that went bust last year with debts of £26m)

A five-star golf resort in Northern Ireland that has been in administration for over 18 months  with debts of £26 million, and regarded as a high-profile example of the worst excesses of Ireland’s banking crisis, will play host next year to eight of the world’s richest nations.

EU plans to go ahead on budget without Cameron

David Cameron has come under increasing pressure to rein in Eurosceptic members of his party after it emerged that frustrated European Union officials have begun drawing up a plan to pass a crucial seven-year budget without the UK.

Russia criticises US Trade Bill linked to Human Rights

Russia kept up its criticism of the United States over the Magnitsky Act on Friday, as the legislation won overwhelming approval from the US House of Representatives.

David Cameron in dash to EU capitals to avoid being isolated over budget freeze

David Cameron will hold an intensive round of meetings with other European leaders over the next two weeks in an attempt to avoid being  isolated on the EU budget  at a crucial summit.

David Cameron vows to find ways to end Syria bloodshed

David Cameron vowed to work with newly-reelected Barack Obama to find ways to end the bloodshed in Syria after hearing “horrendous” stories of suffering from refugees at a camp in Jordan.

Give me time, begs Hollande as his popularity plummets

President François Hollande, facing an unprecedented meltdown in his popularity, today criticised the impatience of French voters but promised that his softly-softly approach would triumph in the end.

Editorial: A boost for Britain's nuclear renaissance

The Hitachi deal is reason to celebrate, but there is a long way to go to fill our energy gap

Cherie Blair played pivotal role in securing London 2012 Olympics after attacking French President Jacques Chirac 'like a banshee', says Sebastian Coe

Cherie Blair played a pivotal role in securing the 2012 Olympic Games for London, Sebastian Coe has claimed.

Angela Merkel: The German Chancellor has firmly contested a fresh write-off of Greece’s debt

Lenders press for Greece to be given new debt write-off

Report says taxpayers would bear brunt of  the measure without  funding from the ECB

Postcard from... Stuttgart

Stuttgart is renowned for being a quintessentially German city.

David Cameron to use veto over EU budget

Prime Minister David Cameron today insisted that Britain will “stick to our guns” over the EU budget, as the scene was set for weeks of wrangling leading up to a crunch summit next month.

Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel in Brussels yesterday

Angela Merkel makes François Hollande wait for banking watchdog

German Chancellor delays release of bailout funds for Spanish banks

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