Britain and the EU

With pro-Europeans remaining an isolated voice within the Tory party and a strong eurosceptic mood on its backbenches, pressure is building on David Cameron to hold a referendum after negotiating a new settlement with the 28-nation bloc

Scots trauma creates EU poll headache

Lessons of No campaign ominous for pro-Europeans

Editorial

British PM’s cabinet changes raise new doubts on EU
Choice of Juncker is a huge challenge, not least for Britain
UK’s Lib Dem leader has impressed with his defence of EU

Hill’s rise part of plan to keep UK in EU

Top spot in Brussels may help appease eurosceptic voters

DFP225 London, UK. 8th October 2013. Lord Hill of Oareford CBE Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster attends the weekly cabinet meeting at No:10 Downing Street in London, Britain, on 08 October 2013.((Photo by Tal Cohen/Alamy Live News)

Briton wins EU financial services job

Boost for Cameron as Lord Hill tapped for commissioner

EU set to spurn UK for key economic post

Poland says it has been given job of overseeing the common market

Tories’ uneasy peace on Europe at risk

Memories still fresh of the 1990s infighting that tore party apart

Cameron moves to calm Tory nerves on Ukip

PM to urge MPs not to throw away election with infighting on EU

UK eyes diplomatic dividends of Tusk

Tusk vows to tackle British concerns, such as benefit abuse by migrants

UK companies back EU reform

Survey supports more powers for Westminster

Cameron backs Tusk for EU council job

U-turn by UK leader after pair forge Ukraine links

‘Brexit’ threatens London’s prospects

Dublin seen as alternative for US banks to UK capital

US banks plan for UK exit from EU

Osborne’s role in foreign policy grows

Chancellor’s influence rises after Hague’s departure

Johnson questions Britain’s EU membership

Mayor aligns with eurosceptics as he considers options

London warned of jobs axe if UK quits EU

Report says 1.2m could be lost if nation turns inwards

UK ranks in Brussels face sharp fall

Scarce younger cohort means less clout as older colleagues retire

Cameron opposes Tusk for senior EU job

UK and Polish premiers have clashed over migration reforms

Cameron government given eurosceptic edge

Juncker opposes ‘United States of Europe’

Unite urges Labour to back EU referendum

Biggest donor says party is too uncritical of Brussels

Schäuble vows to keep UK in EU

Cameron insists ‘there is business we can do’ with Juncker

Britain left isolated by Juncker defeat

Swedish prime minister offers to ‘walk the extra mile’ to keep strategic ally in EU

Juncker nominated for top EU job

Former Luxembourg PM gets backing of 26 heads of state

Merkel set to limit Juncker fallout

German chancellor acts to avoid UK isolation

Voters back Cameron’s Juncker stance

Poll suggests PM will benefit even if he loses EU fight

Cameron risks EU isolation over Juncker

PM tells Van Rompuy that nomination should be put to a vote