Brexit: If Britain goes

David Cameron is hoping to negotiate a new settlement between Britain and the 27 other members of the European Union prior to a promised referendum by the end of 2017 on the UK’s continued participation in a reformed Europe

Debate rages over who speaks for business

CBI fights back after ministerial rebuke for EU enthusiasm


epa04773745 German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) answer questions from journalists after their talks in Berlin, Germany, 29 May 2015. Cameron is on a tour through the European capitals. He wants to negotiate reforms in the UK's EU membership before the referendum planned for the end of 2017. EPA/WOLFGANG KUMM ©EPA
Prime minister should enforce collective responsibility on EU vote
The CBI is right to argue for early engagement on the referendum
PM must quickly set out when and how he will fight the referendum

German carmakers raise fears over Brexit

Manufacturers worry about losing one of their biggest markets

UK lobby group lays out EU reform demands

TheCityUK proposes a ‘better, more thoughtful Europe’

Vanguard warns on risk to EU from Brexit

Bill McNabb says union itself could splinter if Britain departs

Cameron warned over EU reform

Leaders agree to start talks on British proposals

Queen ‘poorly advised’ on EU, says Farage

Ukip leader criticises sovereign’s speech in Berlin

PM drops aim of treaty change before vote

Renegotiation starts with low-key summit dinner presentation

Cameron aims to launch EU renegotiation

Greek and migrant crises overshadow British membership at summit


Brexit could take 10 years, study says

‘Long and uncertain’ process would hit business and investment

Cameron’s difficult pursuit of Germany

Berlin is key to PM’s bid to renegotiate EU membership

Farage left out of eurosceptic group

Conservative, Labour and Ukip MPs unite for referendum campaign

Cameron quiet on EU reform demand details

Premier sticks to general principles in negotiations

CEOs tiptoe through Brexit vote minefield

Some businesses have spoken out but opinion is divided

Berkeley Group warns against Brexit

Housebuilder’s profits jump as average selling prices increase

Cameron battles for EU reform agenda

UK premier begins grand tour to woo fellow leaders

Cameron compromises over EU referendum

Only 27 Tory eurosceptics join vote for rebel ‘purdah’ bill

Unions say ‘no guarantees’ for EU support

Comments respond to Cameron’s bid to roll back workers’ rights

PM acts to head off referendum rebels

Cameron promises to hold EU vote on a different day to other elections

Cameron risks referendum ‘purdah’ revolt

Ministers try to strike last-minute deal with backbenchers

‘Brexit’ threat to UK rating, warns S&P

Most vocal business opposition yet over dangers of EU referendum

Ukip donor Desmond unsure about EU exit

Daily Express owner undecided on how to vote in referendum

MPs target BBC with call for regulator

Politicians launch pre-emptive strike aimed at EU referendum coverage

Tories round on Hammond over EU vote

Bill passes Commons but eurosceptics fear rigging of campaign

Sainsbury’s bruised by anti-EU backlash

Supermarket targeted after tweet by Ukip

Tory eurosceptics play sovereignty card

Campaign for Britain to leave EU says country was hoodwinked