As Prime Minister heads across the Channel, his critics at home are finding their voice
Close to $11bn (£7.5bn) in aid was pledged by donors at an international conference in London
There are some constituency parties where not one member is in favour of staying in the EU
David Cameron lives the transatlantic trade deal so much that he has, in the past, claimed it was all his idea in the first place
UN is appealing for $7.7bn to fund aid operations for the 13.5 million people displaced by the fighting and in need of assistance.
Prime Minister tells Eurosceptic critics Britain’s position in the EU would be 'better and stronger' as result of proposals
'None of us come here to claim benefits – I’ve been working with the wider migrant community and people come for work'
Boris Johnson’s game is transparent: he is posing as the more Eurosceptic candidate for the Conservative succession
The error was made by the country's public broadcaster RTP 1
Exclusive: Heidi Allen tells The Independent: 'I was prepared to be upset – I wasn’t prepared for the sheer scale'
The draft plan on renegotiating the UK's place in the EU delivers on the economic front but there is little detail on the real issue at hand – restricting benefits for EU migrants
What Britain really needs from Europe, and what Europe itself needs, is a thoroughgoing programme of reform
The 'new settlement' falls short of the 'fundamental reform' David Cameron once promised
They are squeezing every source of party political funding except, wouldn’t you know it, rich donors
Cameron arrived late for his EU reneogtiation speech at a German manufacturer of train signals, because of a signal failure. Then, on the way home, someone applied the emergency brake.
A draft deal released by the European Council shows the Prime Minister's plans have been significantly watered down