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David Cameron travelled to Paris today for talks with French president Nicolas Sarkozy amid desperate efforts by eurozone leaders to prevent the single currency breaking up. 5 Comments
David Cameron and Angela Merkel today acknowledged their differences over the way forward in the euro crisis, but insisted that Britain and Germany will work together in a spirit of “strong friendship”. 12 Comments
The Volkswagen, Peugeot and Kia car plants along the main road illustrate Slovakia’s transformation from former communist backwater to eurozone success – it is now the world’s top carmaker per capita. They also explain its dilemma over Greece.
EUROPEAN banks may need more than £86 billion to withstand the sovereign debt crisis, Ireland has warned.
THE UK government's plans to let voters decide in referendums whether to approve new EU treaties or major changes to existing ones came under fire in the Lords.
Eurozone ministers yesterday met to discuss changes to the bail-out fund for countries that run into financial trouble, including increasing its size or giving it new powers, French finance minister Christine Lagarde said in Paris.
THIS year will be "pivotal" for Scotland's fishing industry, Richard Lochhead, the Scottish Fisheries Secretary, forecast yesterday.
CHOCOLATE manufacturer Lindt has lost its fight to trademark its distinctive Easter bunnies, Christmas bells and chocolate reindeer in a European court.
MICHEL Barnier, the European Commissioner for Internal Market, is expected to receive a rough ride from MPs this week amid concerns Europe is wielding ever greater power over Britain's financial services industry.
WELCOME to Scotland on Sunday's online feature, Question of the Week.
THE Governor of Ireland's Central Bank today said he expects the country to get a loan worth tens of billions through an International Monetary Fund-European Union rescue package.
PRIME MINISTER David Cameron yesterday hailed British efforts in limiting next year's EU budget rise to 2.9 per cent and claimed a "significant breakthrough" over the prospects for future settlements.
David Cameron has claimed a "spectacular success" in pegging a euro-budget rise next year to just 2.9 per cent despite claims from fellow Tories that he should have held out for a better deal.
DAVID Cameron has persuaded ten other European leaders to sign a letter opposing a 5.9 per cent increase in the EU's 2011 budget after he travelled to Brussels for a summit.
David Cameron has vowed to fight a planned 5.9 per cent increase in the European Union's budget, describing it as "completely unacceptable".
A MOVE by Euro MPs to extend minimum maternity leave to 20 weeks on full pay is "entirely regressive", according to the coalition government.
Almost 20 years ago the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, Norman Lamont, told me that the European Single Currency would never come into being. "It's just something got up to keep old Mitterand happy," he said confidently. Nevertheless, a few years after Mitterand left office and died, the Euro was a reality, adopted by most of the member-states of the EU.