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

MPs dismiss Osborne’s Brussels bill claim

Statement that surcharge had been halved ‘not supported by facts’

Editorial

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ECB must stop trying to wrest financial activity away from London
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The case for EU membership should be pressed home this year
But there are limits to what Germany can offer Britain on EU reform

British exit from EU given 1 in 6 chance

Think-tank’s departure calculation coincides with warning from manufacturers

EEF tells PM not to ‘sleepwalk’ out of EU

Referendum on Europe seen as a dangerous course for Britain

Tory MP hits at EU referendum proposal

Mark Garnier’s comments echo City concerns

EU Membership conference - London...John Mills, Chairman Labour Euro-Safeguards Campaign, speaks during the Alternatives to EU Membership conference held at Europe House, London.

Labour donor calls for EU referendum

John Mills cites rumours most of the shadow cabinet want vote

British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers his long-awaited speech on the UK's relationship with the EU on January 23, 2013 in London, England
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Cameron urged to appoint EU negotiator

Former top UK diplomat says talks need trusted cabinet ally

Brexit: If Britain goes - Part Five

Brexit would jolt EU’s political order

FT Series: Most states see bloc as diminished without Britain

The effect of Brexit on consumers

FT Series: Change for Britons abroad, tourists and investors

Brexit: If Britain goes - Part Four

Shock of Brexit likely to pull UK apart

FT series: Britain’s place in world would be thrown into question

Eurosceptic UK advice falls on deaf ears

On the subject of Greece, Britain could not be much further from being a player in the game

Brexit: If Britain goes - Part three

Electorate awaits business view

Despite differences of opinion, bosses are willing to lend voices in support

British business rejects EU status quo

FT Series: UK plc fears Brexit but wants reduction in EU rules

Brexit: If Britain goes - Part two

Counting the cost of ‘Brexit’ from EU

Would the UK see a big boost to economy or sharp drop in output?

Brexit: If Britain goes - Part One

City divided on UK relationship with EU

An FT series considers what it would mean if Britain left the EU

City financiers fear ‘Brexit’ from EU

An FT series looks at what it would mean if Britain left the EU

Tories look at bringing forward EU vote

David Cameron would like to hold referendum ‘as soon as possible’

UK business leader backs EU referendum

Longworth of British Chamber of Commerce calls for swift vote

Tory activists want EU exit, poll finds

Splits over Europe are said to go right to the top of the party

UK polls set to provide national identity test

Vote in May seems likely to reflect uncertainty over position in Europe and the world

Labour to ‘reset’ UK relations with Europe

Party promises to increase Britain’s presence in Brussels

Pro-EU business group picks campaign head

Former BBC journalist hired to push media message

Merkel offers Cameron limited support

Refusal to endorse EU treaty change on UK visit

Merkel to join Cameron in EU reform plea

German leader to use UK visit to reject calls for treaty change

Merkel visit to lay out extent of help on EU

Cameron to confer with German chancellor over renegotiation hopes

Cameron hints at early EU referendum

Prime minister would be ‘delighted’ to hold vote before 2017

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