Over half of the British public believe that the UK should withdraw from the EU if David Cameron cannot negotiate a significant return of powers, a new poll reveals.
David Cameron's entire European strategy has been thrown into doubt less than two weeks before his landmark speech on the European Union as Germany backs away from initiating negotiations that would give Britain a chance to claw back some powers from the EU.
Barack Obama and Afghanistan president Hamid Karzai came close to sealing a deal at the White House on Friday that would keep a small US force in the country after the pullout of most international forces at the end of 2014.
George Osborne has delivered the strongest warning to date that Britain might be forced to leave the European Union unless a fresh settlement is negotiated by its 27 leaders.
Ed Miliband is to set himself apart from old and New Labour when he declares that both strands in his party's postwar history have lost relevance in 21st-century Britain.
One of Angela Merkel's closest allies has warned David Cameron not to try to blackmail the rest of Europe.
John Nash, a wealthy Tory donor, venture capitalist and enthusiastic sponsor of academies, has been appointed an education minister in a move that will delight those seeking faster reform by the education secretary, Michael Gove.
Government lawyers acting on behalf of NHS England have threatened to sue the lead Brexit campaign group, Vote Leave, over its use of the NHS logo on its leaflets.
Green parrots flutter in the palm trees under a blue Spanish sky and the tapas restaurants and gift boutiques still outnumber the jostling British and Irish pub signs. Just.
Nigel Farage has raised fears that the NHS could be privatised if Britain votes to stay in the European Union – even though he personally backs an insurance-based health system run by private companies.